Latest Plus500 Review by ForexMinute is Now Live

May 12, 2014

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ForexMinute recently published a detailed and fresh perspective towards one of the most impeccable Forex brokerage firms Plus500. In its latest review of the broker, the portal thoroughly discussed the ups and downs associated with Plus500s services. Most of the brokers offerings impressed ForexMinute team of panelists, and eventually Plus500 received a favorable nod from the expert judges.

The latest Plus500 review started with a formal introduction to the readers, in which the portal signified the brokers authorization by reputed regulatory body like Financial Conduct Authority. The review later on praised Plus500 for their websites clear cut design, recognizing its significance in ensuring a smooth trading experience for customers. The portal also highlighted the Plus500s putting forth its services in about 30 different languages.

The review then moves to explain the features of Plus500. As stated, the minimum amount to open an account is set at $ 100, which will be entitled to a bonus of 30%; the maximum deposit amount is limited to $ 50,000, which will be entitled to a benefit of $ 7,000. It is also possible to get 25 real dollars when registering a real account, even without depositing a payment.

The Plus500 review also speaks of the assets and trading platforms that come along with the brokers services. As stated, PLUS500 offers trading on absolutely any kind of asset, which includes commodities (Oil, Gold, Sugar, Corn …), indexes (CAC40, Dow Jones …), stocks (Facebook, Apple …), as well as currencies (EUR/USD, GBP/USD …). The trading platform Plus 500 offers is the worlds most reliable MeatTrader 4, available in both offline and online version.

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Question by Frances W: Can powdered sugar be substituted for castor sugar?
I’m making a sponge cake, and the recipe needs castor sugar, but I only have granulated and powdered sugar. Would I be able to use one of these instead?

Best answer:

Answer by Candice
Castor or caster sugar is the name of a very fine sugar in Britain, so named because the grains are small enough to fit though a sugar “caster” or sprinkler. It is sold as “superfine” sugar in the United States.

Because of its fineness, it dissolves more quickly than regular white sugar, and so is especially useful in meringues and cold liquids. It is not as fine as confectioner’s sugar, which has been crushed mechanically (and generally mixed with a little starch to keep it from clumping).

If you don’t have any castor sugar on hand, you can make your own by grinding granulated sugar for a couple of minutes in a food processor (this also produces sugar dust, so let it settle for a few moments before opening the food processor).

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