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Which Broker is Best for High leverage ?
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Member Since Jul 23, 2020  81 posts LyudmilLukanov Sep 06 at 16:33
Almost all broker in the market provide high leverage. I think 1:1000 leverage is enough for a trader. However, some broker also provides 1:2000 leverage. Trader should a regulated broker with this kind of leverage.


Member Since Apr 01, 2020  124 posts Dictiony Sep 07 at 01:02
There are many brokers avilable who are providing high leverage like 1:1000.


Member Since Jul 23, 2020  105 posts SofieAndreasen Sep 25 at 17:35
High leverage exposes much risk than usual. I recommend new trader to trade with small leverage.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  151 posts GeorgeBischof Oct 15 at 11:29
Choosing a good broker is the most difficult thing in this forex market. You should be very careful when you are going to choose a broker for you.


Member Since Jul 20, 2019  247 posts marco_mmbiz Oct 16 at 07:52
I would not recommend higher leverages. 1:30 up to 1:500 is okay. More than 500 is just gambling.

patience is the key

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  150 posts ElliotCooke Oct 17 at 19:12
A broker is the main element in the forex market. Without a good broker, you can not make money from this market.


Member Since Jul 17, 2020  25 posts blandpatsyy Oct 19 at 10:59
One that lets you customise your trades, like stop loss.

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