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Which Broker Allow Nano lot ?
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Member Since Apr 20, 2010  814 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Apr 20 2010 at 10:02 (edited Apr 20 2010 at 10:03 )
I only knew the IBFX have nano lot, 0.01 lot = 0.01 USD, spread is 0.02 USD. Leverage 1:100.
Easy manage account, can transfer fun from one Account to another Account instantly.

What else broker have nano lot ? 1 pip = 0.01 USD.

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Member Since Oct 28, 2009  1402 posts Steve B (stevetrade) Apr 20 2010 at 10:07
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Member Since Mar 22, 2010  52 posts Hernan Segovia (Spyfrat) Apr 20 2010 at 16:38
there's no minimum trade @ oanda

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Member Since Jan 22, 2010  99 posts chamchoun Apr 21 2010 at 05:06
Yes, Oanda is good


Member Since Oct 29, 2009  75 posts Casey Lim (bestforexea) Apr 21 2010 at 06:55

I think E-Global also offer nano account

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Member Since Apr 20, 2010  814 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Apr 21 2010 at 12:07
Oanda don't have MT4 for EA rite?

I using Martingale EA so need a nano lot account to reduce the capital to play.

E-Global seem o.k Here the live chat I found out.

Winter: Most demo has fix leverage even we try to choose it. What is the demo leverage?
Rina Dungdung: 1:500 on demo
Winter: what value of usd for 0.0001 lot ? 1 pip = 0.01 USD ??
Winter: Is hedging allow ?
Rina Dungdung: regards the lot size value for each account mini is I pip movement is 10 cents, micro is 1 cent and standard is 10$
Rina Dungdung: Yes we do allow hedging
Winter: So cent1 = micro account, cent2 = mini, classic = standard
Rina Dungdung: yes
Winter: the micro account has any rules? such as maximum deposit, and limitation of open trade.
Rina Dungdung: please read here: https://www.eglobal-forex.com/clients/conditions/
Winter: ok. TQ! I will open a demo platform to try out.

Anyone use E-Global ? What your review and comment about this broker ?

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Member Since Oct 29, 2009  75 posts Casey Lim (bestforexea) Apr 21 2010 at 12:26
I have tested out E-Global but it was for scalping purpose....

I am using FXOpen for one of my Martingale strategy...

They offer micro account and trade at 0.1 that makes it a nano lot.

Can't say much for E-Global but so far so good for me with FXOpen smiley

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Member Since Apr 20, 2010  814 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Apr 21 2010 at 14:09 (edited Apr 21 2010 at 14:24 )
FXOpen got limitation for nano lot. Can not exceed 3k. If more than 3k, the leverage will be different.

A nano lot mean 1 pip = 0.01 USD. If FXopen only allow 0.10 lot in micro account, it mean 1 pip = 0.10 USD.

Wow... your FXbook is 100k ? This one Real or Demo ??

Look like you are using Bless1, grid 30 pip and take profit also 30 pip. Well this tactic need big money to sustain great draw down. What is the Max Trade you open for each currency ? 100k for 0.10 lot, ratio down to nano lot mean 10k account for 0.01 lot.

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Member Since Apr 28, 2010  1 posts Piprocket Apr 28 2010 at 13:17
I have been using E-global for over a year now. And so far no problem. Their limit for nano account is $10000 unlike fxopen that is $3000. However, their limitation is on news trading as their limit levels are increased. Other than that they are good.


Member Since Jun 06, 2012  2 posts Noamtrader Jun 06 2012 at 06:23
There are a few out there that I know of- Oanda, IBFX, Insta (they dont advertise it), and a small firm in NZ called FXPig.

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