If the broker is regulated, you will see all the documents with all the confirmations, etc., which can be checked through official sources. And you just need to be more careful about what you use and how
In Forex trading first of all we the traders have to make sure a reliable support from a credible trading broker , because the trading broker can affects the result of our trading with certainly. We the traders can choose a broker which is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used; the traders who are particularly scalpers have to choose the broker which allows trading concept such as this.
Based on reviews of the regulated brokers is one way to choose a broker. Pricing, trading conditions and regulation is what matters the most to a trader. Once you have few of the brokers in your mind, make a demo account and test the broker. However, some of the good regulated brokers that you can consider are Fxview, XM and Oanda.
Anyone who is into forex trading would someday require the support of a forex broker. But that’s not the issue, the issue is finding a good regulated broker. It took me some time till I got along with Turnkey Forex, XTB and Fidelity and these brokers proved to be my best decision. I found these brokers to be highly secure with suitable brokerage. Not only this, I never had to deal with any trouble or waiting time for the deposit or withdrawal.
Always have a look on the broker's regulation, and do your research first. If a broker has more than 2 reliable regulations then it might be a good one. But always do your research first; don't believe what is written on any broker's webpage. Do your research with their company names and license numbers first.
Good brokers have an ASIC (for Australia), CySec (for Europe), NFA (for USA), ICB (for Ireland), BaFin (for Germany), FinMa (for Switzerland), IFSC (for offshore), FCA (for UK) regulation. I'd not trust any other brokers/'regulations' out there (there might still be some other good local ones, but I don't need them, that's why I don't look after such brokers with other regulations, most of them are still suspicious).
I even don't care about spreads, commissions and stuff, as long as they are not too high, as long as my TP's are hit and as long as my deposits and withdrawals are all fine.
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