Imamul posted: I think choosing a local government –sanctioned forex broker in our own city city/town should be our first priority, unless there isn’t any... And go visit the office before or when opening an account m if possible
Most traders would find an empty brick building on a tropical island at their brokers address.
it is better to go with a proper regulated broker. it need not be in your own country but it needs to be in a developed economy like US, UK or Australia. Don't bother with little Caribbean islands or Cyprus
Mohammadi posted: if you want to find a right broker, you have to move Forex Pace Army where people share their own trading experience. And EarnForex and Babypips can be a great source to find a right broker nowadays.
No doubt, popular forum forums are useful but till now FPA is the best; so active review site.
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