Choosing TRADING BROKERAGE ACCOUNT

Feb 13, 2018 at 06:28
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Member Since Feb 12, 2018   1 posts
Feb 13, 2018 at 06:28
Hello Sir/madam,
I'm Right Now Residing in Canada And i would like to trade in Forex Currency Pairs into Forex Market,
And As Well As Into Stock Market As Well.
So could You Please Suggest Me Any Trusted Brokerage Firm Who Can Allow Canadian Residence To Open Up Trading Account And Can Allow To Trade As long As Possible with the minimum commission per trade per lot.
Waiting For Your Message.
Thank You.
Member Since Jan 31, 2017   200 posts
Feb 13, 2018 at 11:17
nirav6401 posted:
Hello Sir/madam,
I'm Right Now Residing in Canada And i would like to trade in Forex Currency Pairs into Forex Market,
And As Well As Into Stock Market As Well.
So could You Please Suggest Me Any Trusted Brokerage Firm Who Can Allow Canadian Residence To Open Up Trading Account And Can Allow To Trade As long As Possible with the minimum commission per trade per lot.
Waiting For Your Message.
Thank You.

hi! I can recommend you Darwinex, it's really good broker, but I am not sure if it opens accounts to Canada residents. If you do need help, I'm in.
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Member Since Feb 22, 2011   4862 posts
Feb 13, 2018 at 12:27
Pikasso posted:
nirav6401 posted:
Hello Sir/madam,
I'm Right Now Residing in Canada And i would like to trade in Forex Currency Pairs into Forex Market,
And As Well As Into Stock Market As Well.
So could You Please Suggest Me Any Trusted Brokerage Firm Who Can Allow Canadian Residence To Open Up Trading Account And Can Allow To Trade As long As Possible with the minimum commission per trade per lot.
Waiting For Your Message.
Thank You.

hi! I can recommend you Darwinex, it's really good broker, but I am not sure if it opens accounts to Canada residents. If you do need help, I'm in.
Darwinex trading costs are high. You can do much better with well known brokers like IcMarkets.
Member Since Jan 31, 2017   200 posts
Feb 14, 2018 at 07:58
togr posted:
Pikasso posted:
nirav6401 posted:
Hello Sir/madam,
I'm Right Now Residing in Canada And i would like to trade in Forex Currency Pairs into Forex Market,
And As Well As Into Stock Market As Well.
So could You Please Suggest Me Any Trusted Brokerage Firm Who Can Allow Canadian Residence To Open Up Trading Account And Can Allow To Trade As long As Possible with the minimum commission per trade per lot.
Waiting For Your Message.
Thank You.

hi! I can recommend you Darwinex, it's really good broker, but I am not sure if it opens accounts to Canada residents. If you do need help, I'm in.
Darwinex trading costs are high. You can do much better with well known brokers like IcMarkets.

There are a lot of negative feedbacks about icmarkets in the web.
Trading system developers and strategy providers.
Member Since Apr 18, 2017   920 posts
Apr 18, 2018 at 06:35
Pikasso posted:
togr posted:
Pikasso posted:
nirav6401 posted:
Hello Sir/madam,
I'm Right Now Residing in Canada And i would like to trade in Forex Currency Pairs into Forex Market,
And As Well As Into Stock Market As Well.
So could You Please Suggest Me Any Trusted Brokerage Firm Who Can Allow Canadian Residence To Open Up Trading Account And Can Allow To Trade As long As Possible with the minimum commission per trade per lot.
Waiting For Your Message.
Thank You.

hi! I can recommend you Darwinex, it's really good broker, but I am not sure if it opens accounts to Canada residents. If you do need help, I'm in.
Darwinex trading costs are high. You can do much better with well known brokers like IcMarkets.

There are a lot of negative feedbacks about icmarkets in the web.

It’s true; I have also seen so many negative reviews about this broker.
Member Since Dec 04, 2017   11 posts
Apr 20, 2018 at 17:30
My favorite broker is Circle Markets. It was better than ICMarkets in my real copy trade tests. All trades go directly to liquidity provider, no internal match like others do. Unfortunately I cannot use it for auto trade.
Member Since Dec 04, 2017   11 posts
Apr 20, 2018 at 17:30
I still seeking broker for autotrade, ICMarkets has average slippage 3 pips to source.
nasrul_poyo
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Member Since Sep 11, 2017   124 posts
Apr 21, 2018 at 12:12
For me, if you have so much money to start with, just invest to several brokers and not only choose 1 broker. I prefer to choose broker with regulated from FCA.
Member Since Feb 12, 2016   427 posts
Apr 25, 2018 at 14:33
tabele posted:
My favorite broker is Circle Markets. It was better than ICMarkets in my real copy trade tests. All trades go directly to liquidity provider, no internal match like others do. Unfortunately I cannot use it for auto trade.
How do you know that the trade go directly to the liquidity provider, does this broker has any means to prove that ? And why couldn't you auto trade with them ?
Accept the loss as experience
Member Since Feb 22, 2011   4862 posts
Apr 25, 2018 at 14:35
TiffanyK posted:
tabele posted:
My favorite broker is Circle Markets. It was better than ICMarkets in my real copy trade tests. All trades go directly to liquidity provider, no internal match like others do. Unfortunately I cannot use it for auto trade.
How do you know that the trade go directly to the liquidity provider, does this broker has any means to prove that ? And why couldn't you auto trade with them ?

Exactly :)
Member Since Dec 04, 2017   11 posts
Apr 26, 2018 at 06:37
TiffanyK posted:
tabele posted:
My favorite broker is Circle Markets. It was better than ICMarkets in my real copy trade tests. All trades go directly to liquidity provider, no internal match like others do. Unfortunately I cannot use it for auto trade.
How do you know that the trade go directly to the liquidity provider, does this broker has any means to prove that ? And why couldn't you auto trade with them ?

I complained against them as their execution time were higher than of the other brokers I compared.
But anyway I got much better execution (smaller slippage to source). I investigated with them as I wanted to have explanation.
If the order goes direct to the liquidity provider then you must have minimum execution time of 180ms because of the mt4 bridge.
Broker which have faster execution time are matching orders internally. That doesn't mean that you get a worse execution, but mostly there is an interest to match the orders internally, because that means no costs for the broker. So mostly they have a treshold before they match the orders with the liquidity provider.
Member Since Apr 18, 2017   718 posts
Apr 26, 2018 at 06:45
TiffanyK posted:
tabele posted:
My favorite broker is Circle Markets. It was better than ICMarkets in my real copy trade tests. All trades go directly to liquidity provider, no internal match like others do. Unfortunately I cannot use it for auto trade.
How do you know that the trade go directly to the liquidity provider, does this broker has any means to prove that ? And why couldn't you auto trade with them ?

Same questions! I think, it’s quite impossible for the general traders.
Member Since Mar 20, 2011   44 posts
Apr 26, 2018 at 07:04
Oanda
Member Since Feb 12, 2016   427 posts
May 03, 2018 at 09:04
AmDiab posted:
Same questions! I think, it’s quite impossible for the general traders.
It all depends whether or not you choose a market making broker or an intermediary model broker who is sending the orders directly to the market. If you choose an agency broker, why won't they be able to provide you with info for the order's execution
Accept the loss as experience
Member Since Feb 12, 2016   427 posts
May 03, 2018 at 09:11
tabele posted:

I complained against them as their execution time were higher than of the other brokers I compared.
But anyway I got much better execution (smaller slippage to source). I investigated with them as I wanted to have explanation.
If the order goes direct to the liquidity provider then you must have minimum execution time of 180ms because of the mt4 bridge.
Broker which have faster execution time are matching orders internally. That doesn't mean that you get a worse execution, but mostly there is an interest to match the orders internally, because that means no costs for the broker. So mostly they have a treshold before they match the orders with the liquidity provider.
Thank you for the detailed answer. So your broker gives you the possibility to choose the orders to be matched internally OR directly to the liquidity providers? Quite interesting hybrid broker... :)
Accept the loss as experience
Member Since Feb 12, 2016   427 posts
May 03, 2018 at 09:14
OnTheEdge posted:
Oanda
As far I see in their website they are non Marker Maker? Or am I mistaken ? Thanks in advance for sharing your experience with them.
Accept the loss as experience
Member Since Feb 22, 2011   4862 posts
May 03, 2018 at 11:15
Oanda is expensive to trade
Member Since Dec 04, 2017   11 posts
May 04, 2018 at 05:48
TiffanyK posted:

Thank you for the detailed answer. So your broker gives you the possibility to choose the orders to be matched internally OR directly to the liquidity providers? Quite interesting hybrid broker... :)
All that happens in the A-book. Hybrid brokers means they have an additional B-book for the majority which normally loose. Mean once your order is in the B-book they just trade against you no match needed as they just trade against you as they know mostly the trader will lose so the trader's loss is the broker's win.
Member Since Feb 22, 2011   4862 posts
May 04, 2018 at 12:18
tabele posted:
TiffanyK posted:

Thank you for the detailed answer. So your broker gives you the possibility to choose the orders to be matched internally OR directly to the liquidity providers? Quite interesting hybrid broker... :)
All that happens in the A-book. Hybrid brokers means they have an additional B-book for the majority which normally loose. Mean once your order is in the B-book they just trade against you no match needed as they just trade against you as they know mostly the trader will lose so the trader's loss is the broker's win.

B-book trades most importantly are not sent to market. So if you are loosing they make profit. If you make profit they have to pay that from own pocket.
Member Since Mar 12, 2018   40 posts
Jun 08, 2018 at 12:25
nasrul_poyo posted:
For me, if you have so much money to start with, just invest to several brokers and not only choose 1 broker. I prefer to choose broker with regulated from FCA.
I don't understand why we should trade with multiple brokers. Can you please explain why one broker is not enough to trade with?
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