23 August, 2019 - A recent independent study by €uro am Sonntag puts JFD amongst the top positions in the German CFD industry, including 1st place for having the best trading platform.
The reputable German media outlet scrutinized 12 CFD providers actively offering trading and investment services in the country and evaluated their performance in 4 main categories – Trading; Costs; Security, Reporting & Taxes; Training & Technology. The long list of criteria included order types, deposit insurance, slippage, trading hours, hedging, company support, news and research, training offers, trading costs and many other. More than 700 data points formed the basis for this national CFD industry ranking.
The outstanding results of the survey were published in the latest issue of €uro am Sonntag, emphasizing the many strengths of JFD’s offering along with developments of the industry in Germany and around the world.
Some of the categories, where JFD excels in 2019 include:
Overall rating - Very good
Trading category - Very good
Trading platform - Very good (1st Place)
Order types and trading hours – Good
Training and technology - Very good
Lars Gottwick, CEO JFD Bank
“We are extremely proud of the achievement,” said Lars Gottwik, founder and CEO of JFD. “This recognition proves we are on the right path and we will continue to work towards expanding our offering, improving our services, and servicing more clients.” The company just expanded its operations to the Iberian Peninsula and LATAM and is now providing its commission-free stock trading services to Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking clients from a brand-new office in Madrid.
The full €uro am Sonntag CFD-Broker study with more details about the advantages of trading with JFD can be found on the publication’s website here.
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