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Does anyone want to be a broker?

AliaDare
Nov 05 2020 at 00:39
702 posts
To be happy in trading, I have been able to do a lot of research and gather information.

LyudmilLukanov
Oct 04 at 16:26
664 posts
I am happy to be a trader.

SofieAndreasen
Oct 04 at 17:57
677 posts
Need a lot of capital to be a broker which I don’t have.

Tam_fx
Oct 06 at 11:29
17 posts
LyudmilLukanov posted:
I am happy to be a trader.

Same here!

Andromardred
Oct 15 at 19:18
16 posts
To my mind, of course there are some traders who want to build a brokerage company, however it's kinda difficult in terms of getting licenses and building your own platform. There are some brokers who don't care about building their own platform and just copy the platform of some brokers and remake it. There is such a way however it won't attract lots of traders. The main difficulty is to get a license and to be approved by regulators. Moreover, you should be a professional trader and you have to submit it in order to let your traders know that you have a great experience in this fiel, without experience you will build nothing.

Gavirus
Nov 12 at 11:54
13 posts
Well, I thought about creating my own brokers company however I realized that it requires to much time to dedicate to thi activity and you won't be able to divide your time correctly. I iamgine how much work does a broker require to do in order to get licenses, regulations and certifications. Moreover, some brokers prefer to have a registration not in their country, because of various issues from legal side, so that's why it's the toughest activity I have ever faced. Of course, you can run your own brokerage company, but after you create your company you have to attract clients, but here are plenty of difficulties too.

QFSSolutions
Nov 12 at 13:59
3 posts
Gavirus posted:
Well, I thought about creating my own brokers company however I realized that it requires to much time to dedicate to thi activity and you won't be able to divide your time correctly. I iamgine how much work does a broker require to do in order to get licenses, regulations and certifications. Moreover, some brokers prefer to have a registration not in their country, because of various issues from legal side, so that's why it's the toughest activity I have ever faced. Of course, you can run your own brokerage company, but after you create your company you have to attract clients, but here are plenty of difficulties too.


There is an excellent solution to all of your issues, where you simply take care of client acquisition and the provider takes responsibility for the legal, regulator and risk aspects.

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