I am looking for legit broker/exchange or whatever which provides more stocks than usualy all other brokers. For example i have account in FXTM but there are mostly only US stocks and not a lot. So im now looking at Kawase exchange. The thing i want to know is that if this is a trusted place to trade? Looked in google and could not finy really any traders experience with this, only some websites who made a review telling that its a great place to trade, because they are affiliates probably, they just have to say good things, right?
So, are here someone who trades with them and knows something more about Kawase ex?
The brokers I have stated above offers DMA access with exchange and low cost trading (especially Interactive Brokers). You just may check in their websites and offering whether they have execution infrastructure for routing orders to the Kawase exchange. Also if someone of them offer, then have in mind that the pricing will be most likely with 15 to 30 minutes delay and in order to get some pricing in real time you will have to pay.
My advice is not to go with Kawase. I have nothing against them, there are many better brokers with a lot more stocks. Did you check out the brokers suggested from BaldoN’s comment? At least they are better than Kawase. Of course the choice is yours 😄
kudors posted: I did look at them, but as i said, no one of them has as much as kawase. I dont really know what to do..
What is the number of stocks that can satisfy you? More than how many?
Like, a lot. for example im not trading in demo account on FXTM shares account, there are like 40, how they call them, shares, but there are not even bigest companies and there is almost 80% US companies listed. I just want somethig more from EU shares, Asia shares, Russian shares and so on. I think FxPro will be my choise because they have some from every continent. :D
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