I prefer trading with a regulated broker that is reliable than trading with a broker that offers a bonus. Because brokers that offer bonus are most likely to be scammers that use bonuses as a trick to lure in traders.
MuhamadRazak posted: Im trading with M4Markets right now because they offer a 50% credit bonus. So basically for every deposit I make they give me 50% so I can open bigger trades with less capital.
You cant As at the moment you would need bonus to cover the DD it will be cancelled The stop-out level is the amount of the bonus and the account equity cannot go under the bonus awarded initially. For example, if your initial deposit was $1,000 and the bonus awarded was $500, raising your account equity to $1,500, the stop-out level will be $500 if you lose. Therefore, you will reach the initial bonus which had been credited to your account and the bonus will be automatically removed from your account Moreover it does not work on mt4 nor for Europe nor for China The Promotion’s conditions: 1. Only applicable to verified clients of M4Markets trading on the MT5 trading platform. 2. Clients from China and Europe are excluded from this promotion.
Daniel993 posted: I prefer trading with a regulated broker that is reliable than trading with a broker that offers a bonus. Because brokers that offer bonus are most likely to be scammers that use bonuses as a trick to lure in traders.
Have you personally had any experience of that sort ?
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