Hey guys I would like to discuss here what is for your opinion the best place for Brokers MT4 Servers. There are London and NewYork. I think NewYork is better regarding the upcoming Brexit. What do you guys think about that?
Hello baschi, I believe the Brexit will nothing to do with placing the servers. The brokers, which have or want to have or create prestige names in the industry prefer to place their servers in both locations NY and LD in order to facilitate their clients with as fast as possible execution. Some of them even create such a cross-connection (physical connections with servers of the LPs) to reduce much more latency down to 2 or3 milliseconds. :)
I agree with baldo, brexit has nothing to do with placing servers. as per my knowledge servers in LD4 and NY are considered the best, even the broker I trade with, their servers also in NY and LD4 facility and I get phenomenal execution.
I assume a lot of USA based brokers should have it really totally and completely - no? I assume you wouldn't mind if you ask directly brokers about such cases anyway for whatever possible reasons out there.... where else we could make it?
Frankly speaking, I don't really care where the servers are located - it's more of a company problem. I am interested in how everything works and whether I can act in adequate, comfortable conditions. If so, it's okay, if not, I will move on...
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