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Anyone suggest me best broker for forex trading?

Jul 03, 2021 at 12:14
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Member Since Jun 21, 2021   33 posts
Feb 03, 2022 at 08:05
ForwardX posted:
I have traded with several brokers and from my experience I can say fxview, fxpro and ic markets are some of the reliable ones.
Do any of them allow crypto trading?
Member Since Jul 23, 2020   869 posts
Feb 03, 2022 at 17:41
The broker will choose the best one based on the currencies, spreads, commission rates, trading conditions, and other specifications it offers.
Member Since Dec 20, 2021   25 posts
Feb 05, 2022 at 07:50
TroyTheTrader posted:
ForwardX posted:
I have traded with several brokers and from my experience I can say fxview, fxpro and ic markets are some of the reliable ones.
Do any of them allow crypto trading?
Yes, these all brokers are offering crypto cfds trading
Member Since Jun 21, 2021   33 posts
Feb 07, 2022 at 08:52
ForwardX posted:
TroyTheTrader posted:
ForwardX posted:
I have traded with several brokers and from my experience I can say fxview, fxpro and ic markets are some of the reliable ones.
Do any of them allow crypto trading?
Yes, these all brokers are offering crypto cfds trading
Good to hear that! Which one is better in terms of spreads and leverage among these?
Member Since Dec 20, 2021   25 posts
Feb 08, 2022 at 10:03
TroyTheTrader posted:
ForwardX posted:
TroyTheTrader posted:
ForwardX posted:
I have traded with several brokers and from my experience I can say fxview, fxpro and ic markets are some of the reliable ones.
Do any of them allow crypto trading?
Yes, these all brokers are offering crypto cfds trading
Good to hear that! Which one is better in terms of spreads and leverage among these?
For me, the spreads of fxview and icmarkets are something to watch out for, however in terms of leverage I have found fxpro to be the better one.
Member Since Oct 20, 2018   300 posts
Feb 20, 2022 at 12:59
SofieAndreasen posted:
The best trading platforms show narrow spreads and low fees. Another parameter I found was the highest trading speed.
The other important parameter is the withdraw speed. That
momchil_slavov@
Member Since Jun 03, 2011   3 posts
Mar 24, 2022 at 16:24
US Trader here. I've taken a break from trading for a few years but am back. Crazy how much different the broker landscape is these days especially for a US citizen. I ended up going with EagleFX since they allow me to deposit and hold my funds in BTC. Great customer support so far. Deposit process was super easy. Great back office and lots of pairs offered. Great spreads and execution so far.

I initially tried to fire up one of my old Oanda accounts only to find that they wouldn't allow me to have multiple positions same direction even if I closed them FIFO. Decided to go the unregulated route for now with EagleFX and have been happy so far.
One Good Trade
Member Since Mar 30, 2022   10 posts
Apr 07, 2022 at 02:03
Parker09 posted:
It is always better to trade with regulated brokers to keep a secured account, and I suggest trading with Avatrade or FP Markets. They both have robust trading conditions with good spreads averaging 0.1 pips.

And for a lower commission cost, FP Markets is a good choice since it costs only $6 per round per lot.
Yes, I trade with Ava
Member Since Jan 30, 2021   3 posts
Apr 07, 2022 at 09:13
I am trading with Amana Capital for 7 years now , good regulation with flexible leverage with spread avg 0.1 and only costs $6 per lot in commission , they also give swap free for 5 days.
If have any question about them let me know.
Member Since Feb 20, 2021   78 posts
Apr 21, 2022 at 07:19
Davidwise posted:
I’ve been trading demo for three months, thinking of going live soon with a low deposit broker. For now, I’ve TurnkeyForex, Sagefx and Eaglefx on my list. Has anyone tried them? I’m also open to other suggestions.
I’ve been using turnkeyforex for over 2 years now, no issues so far.
Member Since Jan 30, 2020   2 posts
Apr 27, 2022 at 10:13
Avatrade and HotForex, you can also check their reviews online.
The markets owe you nothing
Member Since Feb 20, 2021   78 posts
Apr 29, 2022 at 06:27
Davidwise posted:
I’ve been trading demo for three months, thinking of going live soon with a low deposit broker. For now, I’ve TurnkeyForex, Sagefx and Eaglefx on my list. Has anyone tried them? I’m also open to other suggestions.
How are the withdrawals, any delays?
Member Since Mar 30, 2022   10 posts
May 04, 2022 at 03:29
cici22889 posted:
I'd reccomand XM. I saw it on wikifx, there's many details in this app and shown very clearly.
I also use XM to trade, and there are rebates for account transactions, which can reduce transaction costs
Member Since Oct 09, 2018   3 posts
May 04, 2022 at 07:28
i myself trade with fxview, they have great spreads and comission
Member Since Dec 11, 2019   2 posts
May 04, 2022 at 08:51
The WikiFx app spies on its users by asking for full access to the device memory, contacts, camera, and more. How could people not be aware of that!!!

Anyway, I suggest Solid ECN, tight spread, low commission and they offer the MT5 platform. I go offshore because I care about my identity and privacy and it is cheaper to trade with them.
Member Since Oct 20, 2018   300 posts
May 04, 2022 at 10:49
TraderIvana posted:
Imo, best broker is the one that fits well in the following criteria:
-Strong regulations
-Low commissions
-Tight Spreads
-Smooth trading platform
-Quick withdrawals
-Multiple deposit options especially BTC
In this regard, fxview, fxpro and tickmill fit in the best.
All true except the first point. The strong regulations means nothing nowadays.
momchil_slavov@
Member Since Jan 22, 2021   125 posts
May 11, 2022 at 03:58
Bunch of brokers nowadays but be a little more cautious about the regulations. Pick the one with strong regulations. For a start, Fxview, IC markets or FBS are a few good with strong regulations.
Member Since Aug 05, 2021   401 posts
Aug 03, 2022 at 02:37
I'm curious to know which two brokers you tried and why you weren't happy? Was it because of costs, bad customer service, not having access to instruments or leverage you were looking for, or something else? Without knowing that, it's hard to recommend any one broker. I would suggest CedarFX if you like 0 commission account type setups, they also have good support, but again, hard to say without more info.
Member Since Mar 31, 2021   227 posts
Aug 29, 2022 at 16:07
I think that choosing a broker is a very subjective matter. You must navigate and clearly indicate by what criteria you want to choose a broker.
Or even visit the rating page of this forum and look there.
Think thrice before opening an order
Member Since Oct 01, 2021   10 posts
Sep 17, 2022 at 12:17
Great!
Success is not always about greatness, it is about consistency.
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