Hello! Every broker has own conditions, strategy and benefits for a trader. I think that before starting work with a broker, you need to study all available information. It was hard to choose the right broker. I searched a lot of sites in order to find smth good. I also spent a lot of time looking for a broker.
urcondis posted: I would recommend fxview to you. It fits all the parameters that you've stated except the 1:300 leverage part. Although you can that as well with their professional account (though I've never used it).
Even i am using the same broker.. I really like their tight spreads and ridiculously low commission ... M planning to give a shot to their professional account. It would be a jackpot if I am able to open one... Higher leverage with all those trading conditions... A perfect combination ..
Since you are looking at a high leverage broker that offers MT4, I would suggest using turnkey forex. It's compatible with all commercial EAs, hedging is allowed, and you can trade on lot size of 0.01 lot. The reason why I also prefer this broker is its low commission structure, you just gotta pay $2 including entry and exit, which I believe is the lowest in the industry for a broker offering spreads from 0.1 pips.
we the traders should choose the broker which is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used , if love doing scalping should choose the broker which allows trading concept such as this.
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