Personally I have never heard about these brokers but I would say that every broker in the market is good if it's genuine. Some brokers can have slow withdrawal times but higher leverages. So we cannot say that a particular broker is not good. Maybe the requirements for everyone are different. I think testing out each broker would be a better method. When I was on the path of choosing the broker then I also traded with lots of brokers via demo and micro. I landed on Fxview and CMC markets which are good for me; so I think you can use the same approach for these brokers as well.
Adamgylicrist posted: I was just known to Metatraders and Ctraders. I didn’t know there was something like this platform also.
MT4 and MT5 will be the first preference of many of the traders because it is the oldest yet the most popular trading platform. The upgraded version of MT4 has inbuilt trading robots which helps in making strategies so much better. I was using MT4 first on both my brokers Fxview and XM but now have shifted to MT5. A good change!
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