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How to choose a regulated forex broker?
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georgequayle

Member Since Feb 16, 2019  8 posts georgequayle Mar 10 at 08:00
Interesting to read other peoples opinions on this

Treeny

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  80 posts Treeny Mar 11 at 07:23
I generally do a lot of searches on Facebook and Google and come to my own opinions. Regulation is good but if you want a good leverage sometimes you have look elsewhere..

darisa

Member Since Mar 13, 2019  20 posts Darisa (darisa) Mar 14 at 07:25
Brokers regulated by FCA, ASIC are worth recommending, others under CySEC according to me No...

Pikasso

Member Since Jan 31, 2017  140 posts SCR Traders (Pikasso) Mar 14 at 14:41
I traded with many different brokers and I was never in trouble with FCA regulated ones.

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JesusSaves

Member Since Mar 14, 2019  8 posts JesusSaves Mar 15 at 08:10
Treeny posted:
I generally do a lot of searches on Facebook and Google and come to my own opinions. Regulation is good but if you want a good leverage sometimes you have look elsewhere..


Most regulated broker at best 1:50 now days. That is too low to make any serious money. Not worth the effort. Unregulated is risky but if you keep account size small and regularly withdraw then it should be ok. Some still offer 1:1000 leverage

Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  550 posts Mohammadi Mar 16 at 09:40
There are many important things we the traders have to focus when choosing a broker, from all I think spreads is an important financial tool which an investor should consider when choosing a broker, if we have lowest trading spreads we the traders can make profit with certainly by using any kinds of trading strategies in particularly the scalping that brings profit in a short time.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  698 posts AniLorak Mar 19 at 15:02
Mohammadi posted:
There are many important things we the traders have to focus when choosing a broker, from all I think spreads is an important financial tool which an investor should consider when choosing a broker, if we have lowest trading spreads we the traders can make profit with certainly by using any kinds of trading strategies in particularly the scalping that brings profit in a short time.


Yes, trading spread is one of the most important trading feature to the traders! By the way, for me fair market movement is the main consideration.

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  233 posts jamesgwyther Mar 21 at 07:29
I live in Europe and shitty EU regulations don’t allow decent leverage.
Therefore some brokers are not regulated simply so they can offer high leverage to customers.
I have been using Hugo’s Way for a year without a problem. Withdrawals are always very fast.
I prefer high leverage, hedging and scalping over big regulatory bs

Augusto84

Member Since Aug 27, 2018  9 posts Augusto84 Mar 24 at 07:06
Try and Aussie broker. They are regulated and offer high leverage. Hugos's way sounds a bit dodgy to me. Better to use a big name broker if you can

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  698 posts AniLorak Mar 26 at 06:48
Augusto84 posted:
Try and Aussie broker. They are regulated and offer high leverage. Hugos's way sounds a bit dodgy to me. Better to use a big name broker if you can

What’s the condition on FPA review site of this broker? I checked but didn’t find the name.

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