StockPair review: Honest Binary Options Broker Review

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The Binary options market has seen substantial growth over the past few years. This has also, in turn, led to the birth of many new trading brokers, making it all the more difficult for any one of them to stand out unless they really offer something unique. Stockpair is a somewhat unique platform in that it offers a different interface and trading experience than the rest of the brokers. I went ahead and got myself a trading account and gave them a shot. Read on to see what the result was.

Review update: As of March 21st, Stockpair is officially regulated by CySEC


Stockpair Summary
Founded 2010
Accept US traders No
Normalized profit Up to 86%
Trading assets Stocks, Forex, Commodities, Indices, Pairs
Total assets 118
Min. Account size $ 200
Min. Trade size $ 12
Deposit methods Credit Card, Wire Transfer, Giropay, Skrill, Sofort
Withdrawal methods Credit Card, Wire Transfer, Giropay, Skrill, Sofort
Special features Full Layout Pairs Trading, Technical analysis, Trading indicators, 5 minute to 6 month options
Trading Platform Proprietary (Custom Made Platform)

Stockpair (, operated by Nextrade Worldwide Ltd., is, like many other binary options brokers, registered in Cyprus. They initially started their activity initially back in 2010 as a pair options broker (which we will get into later in this review), and after having a lot of success in that field, expanded in early 2012 into binary options trading. They use their own proprietary software, which has been developed from the ground up by them. I have to admit that they did quite a good job. The user interface is sleek and very easy to navigate and understand, but I’ll go into that a bit more later in the review. Stockpair is also currently undergoing review by CySEC, and they told me that they expect to receive approval within the next couple of months.

Like I always say, one of the limitations of binary options trading is that you cannot trade any and all securities, but are limited to what your broker has on offer. Comparatively, Stockpair does not lack in this field and actually sports the largest selection of tradeable assets of the brokers we have reviewed so far. As of writing this review Stockpair has in their portfolio currently 118 tradeable assets, including:

    • 16 Indices
    • 4 Commodities: Silver, gold, crude oil, copper
    • 9 Forex currency pairs
    • 89 NASDAQ and NYSE stocks

Online reputation:
One of the better ways to know if a broker is any good is simply by digging up on them over the internet and looking for user reviews (other than this one of course). Since this is somewhat fluid and constantly changing, I always monitor the web looking out for user reviews and how the broker is behaving with other traders besides myself. Stockpair currently has a very good track record and traders have nothing but good things to say about them on the net. The following a few examples of real user reviews from then net. Hover above them to see them in full size.




Before we go into reviewing the actual platform, I think I’ll dip into what a lot of traders truly care about when choosing a broker. You see, there are unfortunately a lot of bad seeds in the binary industry who provide really bad support and make it nearly impossible to withdraw your funds.

That’s why the first thing I’m going to do in this review is my Deposit/Withdrawal test. In this test I sign up for a new account and deposit some funds, wait a few minutes without making any trades, and then request a withdrawal. This is usually the hardest type of withdrawal since the broker usually wants you to at least try and start trading and may try to lock you in with bogus bonus claims. The following is my Stockpair Deposit Withdrawal test.

Initial signup just entails filling in your email and choosing a password.


After that, you need to fill in some really basic persnal details as you can see in the screenshot below.


That’s it. You’ve successfully signed up to Stockpair. Now in order to really start trading, you need to deposit some funds.


Depending on where you’re geographically located, Stockpair supports a number of different payment methods as you can see in the screenshot below. I chose Credit Card as it’s the fastest, safest and most trouble free method for me. I also don’t have a Sofort of Skrill account so it’s really a no brainer for me.


After filling in your credit card details, the system processes for a few seconds… and voila, your account is now funded and the amount immediately appears on your account balance and you can start trading.


So, depositing was really easy. Now for the interesting/important part. I waited a few minutes and then accessed the withdrawal screen and requested a full withdrawal of all the funds that I had just deposited. Sometimes a broker will call you up and beg you not to withdraw (sometimes they outright refuse).
Let’s see what happens with Stockpair.


So, I finished the withdrawal request and now, as you can see in the screenshot below…. the withdrawal is pending.

Stay tuned for an update on when the withdrawal is approved :)

Update: One day later, I get a call from an account manager telling asking me why I wanted to withdraw. I explained that I had a change of heart and am no longer interested in trading. He didn’t push too much and just told me which document I need to submit. Being a veteran trader, I have all these off-hand and submitted them immediately.

Later, I logged in to my account, and waddya know, my withdrawal has already been approved! 24 hours… not too shabby Stockpair!


Now for the rest of the review.

Opening an account at Stockpair is unsurprisingly easy and only takes a few minutes as you can see in the withdrawal review above. The minimum deposit is actually low compared to other brokers, at $200, although I wouldn’t necessarily recommend depositing only $200, it is of course nice to have that as an option. Stockpair also offer premium accounts with some impressive benefits to the more serious traders, and high depositors receive special features according to the deposit amount.


Stockpair Premium Plans



Many brokers use bonuses not only as incentive to get you to start trading, but also as a devious means with which to tie your funds into the account.
Stockpair is one of the few that does not do the latter.

With Stockpair, you can withdraw your funds at any time, even if you don’t reach the required trading volume! I think the screenshot below from their website says it all


Customer Support
So, customer support. Probably the most important aspect of a broker since it basically shows how much they care about their customers.
Stockpair seems to have taken this to heart, since their customer support system seems to be working without a hitch.
They offer email support, along with local telephone support in 11 different countries, and of course live online chat.
As always, I thought I’d waste some of their chat support’s time with some simple questions.

Stockpair Support chat

Response time was ok, at just over 20 seconds. However, I was pleasantly surprised with just how helpful the support rep was. Usually support reps give semi-decent answers and aren’t always the most polite of sort. Maybe I got lucky, but the rep that I got was very polite and patient, and answered my question with flawless English, and was concise and to-the-point. Definitely a 10/10 in my books for this pleasant surprise.

User Interface
As I mentioned earlier, Stockpair operate with their own use a very straight forward and user-friendly web-based trading system. The graphic system is amazing and everything is instantly understandable. It almost jumps out at you and there’s no way for you to get confused with any aspect of the trading system. There is almost a feeling as if every single pixel on the screen has been meticulously thought out.

Regular Binary Options
The main screen allows you to choose between either regular binary options trading, or pairs trading (which I’ll go into later). Once you choose an asset, you’ll have the asset logo smack bam in the middle of the screen, and you can choose a call (green up arrow) or a put (red down arrow) option. Minimum trade amount is $20, which is pretty darn good.

Stockpair interface 01

The left part of the screen shows you all the tradeable assets. However, if an asset is not available for trade or the market is currently closed, that particular asset will be greyed out. The default asset chart is interactive, and you can hover your mouse of the line to see the pricing at any given moment. You can also choose the timescale of the graph, from 2 years (!!) to 30 minutes.
A welcomed feature that Stockpair have implemented is that you can choose from a large variety of expiry times right off the bat on all tradeable assets, from 5 minutes to 150 days.

Stockpair Choosing Expiry

Getting into a trade is very easy. As soon as you choose the direction you want (call or put), the buy button immediately becomes active. While in this mode, the price can still change. However, as soon as the buy button is pressed, the trade goes through at the price that was set at the time of pressing the button. This interface is really smooth and the actions take place immediately with absolutely zero delay, basically meaning that their is absolutely no slippage in their system.
Now, one of the really good things about Stockpair is that, unlike other brokers, Stockpair let’s you choose your own expiry time for every single trade. The expiry time can vary from 5 minutes all the way up to a whopping 150 days. Stockpair doesn’t even have fixed expiry times, so each expiry will be exactly how long you define it, and will take place within exactly 5, 15, 30, 60 etc. minutes from when you enter the trade. This is extremely good for traders who like to perform techincal trades and need control over the timeframe of the option.

StockPair trade buy

Once you’ve put in a trade, you can revisit your current open trades at any time, with Stockpair’s wonderful graphic display system.

StockPair Monitoring status

So, we’ve already determined that Stockpair’s interface is sleek, beautiful, and really fast. The big question is: how reliable and accurate is it? So, like always, I decided to put it to the test with my live level 2 trading software. Stockpair blew me away here. Probably because of the sheer update speed of their software, but the real-time displayed price was the weighted average of the level 2 BID/ASK within an error of 0.005%

StockPair Accuracy


Another thing, perhaps the single most important feature for a binary options broker. I checked and timed this a number of times. It didn’t matter if I was in-the-money or out of the money, and whether the expiration was very close to my strike price, all options expired exactly on time. No funny business.

So far, Stockpair has the single best trading user interface I have seen.



Mobile Platform


Unique Features
So, we’ve gone over Stockpair’s stellar standard binary options trading platform. So what else do they have to offer? Well, as the name suggests, Stockpair’s expertise is in pairs trading. In pairs trading, you take two assets, and predict which of them is going to perform better (percentage wise) within a certain time frame. This trading form can often be easier to predict if you focus on a few assets and learn their patterns. I’ll admit that I have seen pair trading on a number of other platforms. However, the presentation and execution of this feature is done much better by Stockpair than I have ever seen. As opposed to other brokers, Stockpair shows the charts for both stocks within the pair on a single display, rather than just displaying the ratio between the two assets. This makes it much easier to understand and reduces the chances of making a mistake when putting in an order.



Technical Analysis.

All of the asset graphs featured in Stockpair have a “Technical Analysis” button just slightly above the chart. Clicking that button brings up a – you guessed it – technical analysis chart. If you don’t know how to read a technical analysis chart, I suggest that you read a few tutorials on the subject and get yourself educated. I you know your way around a technical analysis chart and learn to recognize good entry points, you chances of performing successful trades will increase exponentially. Again, a much welcomed feature.

Stockpair Technical Analysis


Trading indicator

As I mentioned before, Stockpair offer benefits to those who make larger initial deposits. One of these benefits is the trading indicator. This indicator, while not providing exact entrance points, provides some very useful and insightful information on certain assets, which could give traders a much welcomed advantage when trading.

Stockpair Indicators



Payouts and Commissions

StockPair offers various payouts on successful trades ranging from 68% to 84% on a number of factors, including time till expiry, asset type, and many more. There is no rebate on unsuccessful trades. They do however offer rather large payouts at up to 84%.StockPair do not charge any commission for any trades. Premium members also receive up to 3% cash back monthly returns on trades.

Stockpair have recognized that withdrawals are often a weakpoint for most brokers. That is why they have decided across the board to not charge any money for wire-transfer withdrawals. This is not limited to 1 per month. Successful traders can withdraw as many times as they want, free of charge and hassle-free.


After trading for a few a while with StockPair, I can say that I have pretty much fallen in love with their interface. Everything works seamlessly and fast. It is obvious that a lot of effort has been put in to make the user experience as good as possible. I truely respect them for that. They are relatively new in the binary options niche, which is why they are not yet as well known as some other brokers. However, if they keep their level and standards as high as they are keeping them now, I do see them gaining traction and have high hopes.

StockPair can definitely wholeheartedly recommended!



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71 Responses to “StockPair review: Honest Binary Options Broker Review”

  1. Danny

    I have been using Stockpair for while now and the platform is very easy and fast.
    Don’t know about support but I hope they are good as well.

    • jeffrey

      I signed up today and decided to try it out and deposited $700. I done well at first but I now lost $547.40 which represent more then 70% within 3 sessions of 1 hour trading. the last session just didn’t make sense why I didn’t only loose 10% as most of the indicators showed no more then 10% lost and the market was performing normally? I was monitoring the whole time, I don’t understand why I lose so much and asked for an explanation from their chat live, Alexander Green came on and was no help and in fact rather rude, brushed me off and directed me to write in to their support email address.

      Bottom line, I lost and as a first time layman investor, the market did not loose 70% on 14th may 2014. Beware, it is not what it seems. However, i do hope I get an explanation to further understand what happened to my lost to at least learn a lesson. I was pre-warned but the promotional video was just too convincing!!

      • jeffrey

        I just refresh my reading on how it works, here is the fine print that i missed:

        If the options expired according to the direction you traded on, (In The Money), you will receive payment as was defined in the contract of the option when you opened the trade. If your trade expired Out of the Money, you will not receive a payout.

        So its a bit of a gamble, even when i follow the recommended sentiments’ odds, it dipped out so i lost most of my investments. To me, it is a gamble that i lost within the specified hour. The risk is your”s to take….

        • Has anyone tried using Perfect Money as deposit/withdrawal method? Will you still be required to send information if you’re going to use perfect money to withdraw your funds?

      • Hello Jeffrey.

        I’m sorry to hear about your losses but I’m not sure I quite understand what you’re trying to say here.
        Binary options are just that – binary, meaning it’s either win or lose with predetermined payouts and losses no matter how much the market goes up or down.
        If you buy a call option, you’ll get that 70-85% if you’re ITM regardless of how much the market went up or down. Even if it went up only 1%, you’d still get your 70-85% payout. Unfortunately though, this is also true about losses. If you lose a trade, you lose your entire investment regardless of how much the actual asset went down.
        The idea is to do proper risk management. Losing 70% of your investment within 3 sessions sounds like you invested WAY too much in each trade, and then in fact it does become gambling.
        I would never recommend investing more than 10% of your account balance on any single trade, sometimes even 5%. With this in mind, with your $700 account I would have recommended investing just $35 each time and if you see you’re consistantly losing take a break and try to analyze what you’re doing wrong.

        Another thing.. real stock options behave very similarly to binary options. If they expire OTM, they are worthless and you lose your entire investment. However, if you are ITM, the payout amount depends on how much ITM you are.

  2. Johnny

    I traded a bit with Stockpair. I won a bit and also lost. After a few days I was more or less where I started. Requested refund of balance and I received the money within 3 days. Impressed with that. May try them again in the future.

  3. I opened a Stockpair account with $350 last month and turned it to $2.5k. I decide to withdraw last week $1200 and got my money today via MoneyBooker
    Thank you Stockpair!

    • Hi did how did you trade, did you use the sentiment indicator to trade? tqvm

  4. Hey Ariela. I’m glad to hear you turned a profit with Stockpair. I’d be careful however with Moneybookers. I know quite a few people who have a significant amount of funds stuck there with no way of withdrawing. Any other payment method is better than MB.

    • Brandon Johnson

      Stay with?? As long as your making money haha. StockPair has been around since 2010 and investors have been investing with them since the beginning and im sure they will conticontinue to do so for as long as StockPair remains legit. Not saying it won’t but you never know.

    • Brandon Johnson

      The ideal amount to start investing is $200 but the minimum required by StockPair and for good reason is $100.

    • Brandon Johnson

      Yes it is perfectly legal to use Stockpair in the U.S.. Just remember when you withdraw your funds to pay taxes on them especially if they are being transferred to a main street branch like Wells Fargo, Bank of American ect. :)

    • steve,aust.


  5. Steve Sik

    What are different ways to transfer money to Stockpair. I live in the U.S. and my debit card wont go through and my bank account blocks it, my debit card works just fine when making purchases in the United States, online and otherwise. Do you NEED a “credit card?” As far as Wire Transfer, where could I wire transfer the the funds from in the United States that will work as an intermediate for my bank account and stockpair? With all that being said can my withdraws come to my bank FROM stockpair or do I have to withdraw the money the same way I deposited it? The reason my card was blocked by my bank is because it was going to Cyprus. What avenues can I take to deposit my money. Please give me guidance.

  6. Hey Steve.

    IMO, withdrawals are much easier than depositing in the US, so you’ll have many more methods available other than your depositing method, including Skrill (which I can’t personally recommend though).

    You credit card is most likely blocked for certain countries. You can try and talk to your provider and get them to lift the restriction (usually takes up to 24 hours). If that doesn’t work, you can always get a pre-paid card and use that. There are many available… I’m not sure if Paypal’s would work though.
    As sending a wire payment, keep in mind that the minimum deposit for wire that Stockpair will accept is $500. I think that’s because they also pay some fees on their side when accepting wires.

    • your correct regarding fees,
      Stockpair are take 25$ for proceeding any withdrawal.

  7. How safe is it to send all the info that stockpair is asking for to update my profile to get my earnings? Also do you have to send the those items to receive payment?

  8. Alex, requesting those documents is standard practice for all binary options brokers looking to achieve regulation. The documents are needed for the broker to prove that they know who the recipient of the money they are sending is.
    I always send these documents as soon as I open a trading account in order to speedline the withdrawal process when the time comes.
    Some brokers don’t even let you start trading until you’ve submitted all the required documents.

    • sarksloane

      Hi Roy, somehow i agree with the concerned of alex that those documents are dangerous to give. The truth is that i am not trading at all and just recently i’ve come to my decision to start earning money and make profit using binary trading. that’s why i am searching thoroughly regarding the legitimacy and reputation of stock broker such as stockpair for the security of my investment and personal info. i am afraid that if i will give my personal info. it will be used in some sort of fraud against me, etc…

      Actually, i am only working in saudi arabia and i am not a saudi citizen. is stockpair accepting traders from saudi arabia? as i saw in their site, they are accepting deposit using the method of Cashu and this is available here in saudi arabia. can you confirm to me?

      Also, my concern is regarding the withdrawal of investment just in case i made a profit. how’s the reputation of stockpair with regards to withdrawal issue?

      • Hi.

        Yeah, Stockpair do accept traders from Saudi Arabia. They also have one of the best reputations for withdrawals around. Many signals providers including Mark, use Stockpair, and since they usually make money with binaries, they tend to make withdrawals ;)

        • sarksloane

          thanks Roy, I really appreciated for the feedback…but generally speaking, how about the personal information and documents that i have to give to authenticate my account? how safe?:)

  9. I am originally from India ( Indian Passport holder) and working in Malaysia in a company having work permit to work in Malaysia,. I have bank account both in india and Malaysia.
    whether it is possible, they can wire my fund to india and Malaysia ( some time to Indian Bank and sometime to Malaysia Bank,) as per my wish?

  10. hi
    i just registered with stockpair few days ago and i received call from broker regarding funding about £2000 to start and he assured me, he can help me to trade successfully and after 1 month I can earn around £50,000 . I know it is exaggerate but i need your advice. one more thing I am living in London.

  11. lazaro lopez

    Hi i live on the US and today is 11-29-13 and for some reason stockpair the trading platform is not working i’m new and probably asking something really stupid but why is saying that won’t open till 12-1-13 please help me with this i just deposit $200.00 don’t know if i just lost it please. and also you may be available to help me with this question where does the money that we earn come from I’m new so i’m sorry if my question is dumb

    • There are certain days in which trading on stockpair is not available because the trading markets are not open. You can only bet on binary options while a market which uses the commodity or stock you are betting on is open. The three major stock exchanges are the Nikkei in Japan, the London Stock Exchange, and the New York Stock Exchange. During the week, there are only a few hours each day that none of the three are open, but on certain days (such as weekends or holidays) there will be much more overall downtime in terms of the ability to trade on stockpair because there will be less time during the day that the markets are open.

  12. I want to make account for my sister. brother, father, and to manage from one computer. Of course each persons with all the documents. In the fact I will be behind from all the accounts. This could make me problem, I can tell them in chat if need, or if they will ask me.?

  13. If it’s so easy to make money that almost everyone does it, then where is the profit of Stockpair? How come they don’t go broke if the majority of people trading on their site are winning?

    • When you buy a contract say for a $100 and depending on the time of expiration you choose the payout can be from 71% to 84%-(the longer expiration you the higher the percentage.) 5 min to 10min expiration the payout is at least 71 to 77 percent.So if I buy a 5 minute contract for 100 dollars add the $71.00 to it the payout for that contract will be 171.00. The 100 dollars goes to them and the 71 dollars go to your account. It’s a win- win situation for them because even if you lose on the trade they keep the 100 dollar investment for that trade you executed and you lose the 100 dollars. Perfectly legal.

      • That doesn’t add up to me? If I make an investment of $100, & the total payout is $171.00, they keep the $100.00 & I keep the $71? So, if I win a trade, I’m still out $29? I don’t see the profit in that. I haven’t been able to trade yet, so maybe I’m misunderstanding the process?

        • Hey Dugan.

          The total payout would be $171 to you, not split $100 to Stockpair and $71 to you. In your example, if you win a trade, you get back the $100 you invested plus the extra $71 payout, so your actual profit would be $71

      • I’m not quite sure I follow your line of thought here. Yes, if you lose the trade they keep your $100 investment. If you win it though, they pay it back along with the payout %, which in this case would be anywhere between $71 and $84. So when you invest $100 would be deducted from your balance, but if the trade is successful, you would get back $171-$184 ($100 plus the $71 – $84).

  14. Im from malaysia,want to deposit to stockpair.does bank in malaysia can do transaction for stockpair?how to withdraw?from my bank account or what?

    • Stockpair usually encourages traders to withdraw using the same method as the deposit, at least for the amount of the initial deposit. After that it really depends on your country of origin. I’m pretty sure they do work with Malaysian banks though.

      • If i use my debit card to deposit my fund.., how am i suppose to withdraw it later?
        Is there any fees using debit card to deposit fund?

    • If you balance becomes “0″ then you will simply no longer be able to trade anymore. I’m not sure I understand what the question is here though.

  15. I totally agree with your review. It took me a while to filter through the scam sites to find this great platform! I define “a great platform”, as being a platform where I can sign-in at any time of the day or night, and can begin trading on the spot! I just have one concern. I tried to contact the support desk by email, once in November, and twice in December, to confirm that they had received my authentication documents. However, I didn’t get a reply. Since I haven’t attempted to make a withdrawal yet, is this something I should be concerned about?

  16. what is the min withdrawal for stockpile since there is unlimited withdrawal for free?

    • Kenny, Stockpair will allow you to withdraw any amount of money, but as soon as you move over to the withdrawal tab, it does tell you that any transaction (withdrawal) below $500.00 with come with a $25.00 withdrawal fee. It works well if you make more than 25 dollars in a trade, which is very easy to do with their platform

  17. Hell Roy,

    Is there a customer service number that can walk me through this process step by step to see if it is for me? Although I love the idea of doing this and sitting at the computer making trades and money for hours throughout the day I need to know more. I seem to be wasting more time looking at the legitimacy of stockpair trading versus the educational and training side so that I can get started right away. In a financial mess and hoping that this can provide a way out of the normal grind through a tiny reserve I have set aside but still getting nervous about actually doing it. Thanks in advance. Javier

  18. Hi Im a citizen of Uzbekistan. so Ive noticed that some countries cannot register to stockpair forex such as US, sudan etc and including Uzbekistan. but Im living in malaysia although Im from Uzbekistan. so I want to register and make money over here, whats gonna happen if I still continue to register and put money, are they not gonna give my money back or what?

  19. What will be StockPair Payout if the result is a draw? I mean, the price didn’t go up or down.

  20. Hey Roy,
    Since you did this review about a year ago…how you do feel about stockpair…can you confirm that withdrawing from them is still being honoured in a way that traders are happy

  21. Johnny Santos
    To Me
    Today at 2:31 AM
    Dear John,

    I hope you are doing great today.

    I received a message from my customer support regarding some concerns you are having regarding our USA clients, so i wanted to explain you:

    For now we decided to stop bringing NEW accounts from the US, just because we have been receiving to many clients and we are not being able to handle them properly, so we are moving from offices next week to a bigger one and bringing more people, so that we’ll be able to handle them and provide them a proper service.
    (this happened mostly because we are one of the only brokers working with US clients, so we receive tons of new accounts everyday).

    So for now, until we will have enough and qualify people, we stop accepting new clients.
    BUT, all of our existing US traders have absolutely no problem to continue trading, depositing & withdrawing with us, as usual.
    Most of my traders are from the US and they are all working fine.

    So there is nothing for you to worry about, and you can continue working normally.

    If you have any further question about this matter please just let me know.
    Also, regarding the email you sent me:

    The 10 minutes expiry is based on 10 minutes from when you pull the trigger.

    Best regards,
    johnny Santos.

  22. Yeah, Stockpair stopped accepting traders from the USA about a month ago. This is probably due to the fact that they are on the verge of receiving CySEC regulation and that appears to be a requirement.
    As far as I know if you had an account prior to this decision, you can still trade and even deposit into your account. USA traders cannot however create new accounts.

    For USA traders, I’d probably recommend you check out 99binary or Ubinary.

  23. yes Ubinary would be my next choice. I will be moiving out of country this year, and I hope that will solve these limitations

    • As far as I know Stockpair allows Slovakian traders. To the best of my knowledge US trader and perhaps some “high risk” third world countries are the only ones that cannot sign up to Stockpair right now.

  24. Can I trade from Brazil?? Also, how would I transfer money to deposit in my Stockpair account, taking in consideration that Brazilian currency is not a option in here?? Would my credit or debit card being charge in a dollar amount or Brazilian Currency “Real”?? Also how would I withdraw my money, since it will be in dollars and the Brazilian currency is “Real” ?? I am just trying to understand this before I go ahead and start trading. Thank you

  25. Hi
    Is there anybody from South Africa using Stockpair, and how do you find it in terms of money withdrawal and customer service?

    • Hi Mike,

      Any feedback yet from people trading in South Africa?

  26. What about taxes? I am from Greece, and i would like to ask if i have to pay any taxes, when i have done one successful trade.
    How this can happens, if i’ll take my profit via credit card?

  27. Can i trade from UK using Stockpair? i would like to start investing since it seems the easiest and most effective way, i am just concerned that because they have stopped US citizens from opening new accounts will it affect UK residents? Thanks

  28. Avoid stockpair, I just got scammed. Apparently any profits you make will go into your skrill account (stockpair will only credit your profits to a skrill account), only your principal sum goes back to your credit card. Once your profits goes to skrill, you can kiss your money goodbye, Just happened to me. I’m currently trying to get to see if i can recover back my money from skrill.

  29. A group of us were looking for a new broker to trade with so I registered with Stockpair and sent up all my documents – drivers license,utility bill, Credit card. All are up to date and in order. I made 2 successful trades. Now Stockpair are telling me that they want a color copy of my national ID card back and front and/or passport with all pages that include visas and extensions???! They tell me I can continue to trade in the mean time! I explained to them this country has not issued national ID cards and what do they need my passport for when they have my govt issued license and other documents?! I think I’m going to have to withdraw my initial deposit if this issue doesn’t clear up. I can’t recommend this broker to the rest of my colleagues if they only wait to tell you there’s a problem after u deposit your money.

    • Pankaj Swargiary

      Hey Qland Did u successfully withdrawed???? or its still pending and i think these three things drivers license,utility bill, Credit card are enough to proof someone’s nationality why is passport or color copy of national ID card neccessary. If they have problem with withdrawal i would surely avoid them.Any suggestions would be appreciated.Thanks

  30. has anyone succeeded in getting their trading profits from stockpair via skrill or some other provider , not just the return of your principle to your credit card ? unlike alex 02 sept 14 above……


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