ForexViking69 posted: Lots of work and need a liquidity provider to get you started, then regulation, dealing with customers, etc.. seems like a lot of hassle. Though having said that it’s always possible as anything is :)
Not many people actually want it cause it's damn a lot of hassle anyway for many reasons, assuming how much money does it really need and fierce competition in that space from already established brokers, so no thanks please.
yes ;because there is a lot of services and information all brokers dont provide.also trust levels with brokers are low and they are all faceless corporations more or less to some degree.if they take you money they should be totally honest and transparent.there is always room for excellent forex brokers who are different and understand clients.
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