Brokerage capital offers are multilayered so users will definitely feel as if they were personally tailored to their needs. And most of the features are relying on a personal approach and direct communication, be it for education or alerting users to take advantage of some good trading opportunity. The account options include plethora of features, however, not every option is a best buy.
Brokerage Capital Pro account, is available from 200 USD/GBP/EUR and includes only basic necessities such as the quick guide, online course and market news. It offers access to the platform and includes some additional bonuses presented later in this review, up to 50%. It requires initial deposit from 200 to 999.
Brokerage Capital Expert account is revolved around the personal assistance through a personal market analyst, one-on-one session, trading strategies and other features that are part of the Pro. Also included are SMS alerts and daily signals sent via e-mail. Users depositing from 1000 to 4999 will also enjoy faster withdrawals and up to 75% bonus.
Brokerage Capital Executive account starts from a 5000 deposit and offers truly professional support through a personal broker who will set custom trading strategies appealing to your preferences. For a good start, Brokerage Capital will throw in another 100% bonus in addition to the features included in previous account options.
Brokerage Capital VIP account puts the markets in traders hands trough a direct contact and essentially people working in client’s interest. Personal broker, as well as theVIP manager will take care of user’s portfolio through direct phone signals, updates that are fit in customized strategies. Along with faster withdrawals this account also includes occasional gifts and rewards. VIP also includes the VIP-Bonus and starts from 10 000 USD/EUR/GBP.
The account types include generous bonuses, but Brokerage Capital doesn’t stop there. They also add a $100 bonus for new clients on top of the first deposit bonus that reaches 35% for a maximum of $3000.
Sometimes promotions include risk free trades that are capped at insane $2000.
The website also has a market news and Tips and strategies section. We found them underwhelming with market news being in a tweet-like form without a date to recognize the relevance. The Tips and strategies section includes some short texts about strategies, but, again, underwhelming. Since the broker is pretty new one could tolerate poor texts or empty pages (such as the “quick guide” page) but it does present a potential reputation hazard.
The Brokerage Capital website will require some more effort from the informational and structural standpoint.