second one is my current one. payes out in time, decent support, decent money transfer times between accounts, good excecution, requotes abscent, fixed spreads, allows most ea stratigy's. what more you looking for? :) not here to advertise so :)
One, Alpari UK. Subsequently tried others that either offered no performance increase, somehow felt less trustworthy or delivered an outright bad service. The lesson seems to be to go for the one you find a lot of positive feedback on from as many different sources as possible - rather than the one touted as 'best for maximum profit'.
Sounds like some of you had a great first choice. That's good. I changed brokers a few times until I found PaxForex. I am really happy with them. I checked out Oanda but did not like them to be honest. Alpari was on my short-list a few months ago. They seem to be good from what I have heard, but don't have any personal experience with them.
I'm still trading with the first one as I have done the right choice from the begining (FXCM). Then I opened 2 anothers accounts to check it out. In my opinions, brokers who want to give you 100% (or so) bonus on your first deposit is to AVOID.
CrazyTrader posted: I'm still trading with the first one as I have done the right choice from the begining (FXCM). Then I opened 2 anothers accounts to check it out. In my opinions, brokers who want to give you 100% (or so) bonus on your first deposit is to AVOID.
I would disagree. My primary forex broker gave me 100% first deposit bonus and I have been happy with them ever since. They have never pulled any gimmick, stayed out of my way, have very few requotes and almost no slippage. They simply offered the bonus as an incentive to give them a try.
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