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Anyone suggest me best broker for forex trading?

Daniel993
Nov 17 2021 at 06:57
52 posts
I recommend trading with FP Markets for forex trading. The spreads and commission costs are perfect for scalping.

The spreads begin at 0.0pips, and the commission costs are lower compared to other similar ecn brokers.
forextrader777
Nov 17 2021 at 11:42
133 posts
The best ones that I have traded with so far are fxview, pepperstone and xm.
Carlos122
Nov 18 2021 at 10:28
35 posts
I have traded with XM and FP Markets. Both are good brokers, but I currently trade with FP Markets because the spreads are better and average at 0.0pips for most parts of the day with faster execution speed.
Seb King (sebking1986)
Nov 18 2021 at 11:34
510 posts
I've found IC Markets solid for me as long as I've traded. Use a few others as well but these mainly for FX trading.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
GraceGilm
Nov 18 2021 at 15:29
154 posts
I have been working with broker Amarkets for about a year, are you satisfied with everything, or have you already found an option? and what if not a secret?
miguelcaron
Dec 07 2021 at 08:21
70 posts
Turnkeyforex is a good broker overall, low trading cost plus good customer service.
Jordan5ith
Dec 13 2021 at 09:56
52 posts
I suggest trading with my broker FP Markets. I trade using their raw account that offers some of the lowest commission costs, and the spreads average at 0.0pips for most parts of the day with faster execution speed.
Parker09
Dec 14 2021 at 10:52
57 posts
I suggest trading with FP Markets an ASIC broker with a minimum opening balance of $100 AUD with spreads starting from 0.0pips in most major currency pairs like EURUSD and lower commission costs.
skihav
Dec 14 2021 at 17:58
801 posts
I advise you to first work on the demo account, whatever the broker is not.
Jack Smith
GlobalScalper
Dec 18 2021 at 06:46
57 posts
There're are plenty of well-known regulated brokers, you can use any of them. but before that; notice your trading style. If you can make a profit broker wouldn't be big deal for you.
Thanks
Cizel89
Jan 03 at 10:06
63 posts
Found fxview and hycm solid for me. Can also try out pepperstone or icmarkets - great addition, if you do not mind the cost RT.
croisssan
Jan 03 at 16:01
939 posts
There are too many aspects on which your choice can depend.
TroyTheTrader
Jan 05 at 06:28
33 posts
Cizel89 posted:
Found fxview and hycm solid for me. Can also try out pepperstone or icmarkets - great addition, if you do not mind the cost RT.
If the commission is upto $5-$6, then I have no issues. But along with this, what matters the most to me is quick order execution (without any slippage or latency issue) and quick withdrawals. Which one among these fits in on these heads the best?
Cizel89
Jan 06 at 08:40
63 posts
TroyTheTrader posted:
Cizel89 posted:
Found fxview and hycm solid for me. Can also try out pepperstone or icmarkets - great addition, if you do not mind the cost RT.
If the commission is upto $5-$6, then I have no issues. But along with this, what matters the most to me is quick order execution (without any slippage or latency issue) and quick withdrawals. Which one among these fits in on these heads the best?
You can take fxview and Ic markets into consideration, both are good in terms of withdrawals and order execution.
Kathri
Jan 13 at 19:09
24 posts
You know it's kinda difficult to suggest a broker, because all traders have individual needs in brokers. One prefer brokers with high leverages, while other ones believe that leverage trading is too risky for thm and they prefer to choose brokers with low leverages or without leverages at all. Here everything depends on your personal needs you know. If you like cryptocurrency trading and everything that is connected with crypto you can pay attention to binance for example, but I repeat that it doesn't mean that it will suit your needs. You always should appeal to your own needs and find a broker which will be suitable exclusively for you.
TroyTheTrader
Jan 14 at 11:28
33 posts
Cizel89 posted:
TroyTheTrader posted:
Cizel89 posted:
Found fxview and hycm solid for me. Can also try out pepperstone or icmarkets - great addition, if you do not mind the cost RT.
If the commission is upto $5-$6, then I have no issues. But along with this, what matters the most to me is quick order execution (without any slippage or latency issue) and quick withdrawals. Which one among these fits in on these heads the best?
You can take fxview and Ic markets into consideration, both are good in terms of withdrawals and order execution.
Sounds good! May I know which one among these accept deposits via cryptos?
Cizel89
Jan 17 at 08:26
63 posts
TroyTheTrader posted:
Cizel89 posted:
TroyTheTrader posted:
Cizel89 posted:
Found fxview and hycm solid for me. Can also try out pepperstone or icmarkets - great addition, if you do not mind the cost RT.
If the commission is upto $5-$6, then I have no issues. But along with this, what matters the most to me is quick order execution (without any slippage or latency issue) and quick withdrawals. Which one among these fits in on these heads the best?
You can take fxview and Ic markets into consideration, both are good in terms of withdrawals and order execution.
Sounds good! May I know which one among these accept deposits via cryptos?
Fxview, though BTC only.
croisssan
Jan 17 at 13:40
939 posts
Nevertheless, before investing in any of the options, I advise you to try your hand at a demo account.
Peirameter
Jan 18 at 09:56
28 posts
You can try Finprotrading. They have good trading conditions and withdrawals are also fast.
skihav
Jan 18 at 13:57
801 posts
In any case, I advise you not to invest money at first, but to take the time to work on a demo account.
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