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Forex Broker Recommendations?

Danny Gilbert (Whitethroat)
Dec 09 2022 at 17:31
28 posts
Lately I have been giving preference to offshore brokers.
Dec 09 2022 at 18:31
197 posts
So far, during my work in this industry, I can quite advise a broker from Amarkets. This is really the broker that I was satisfied with in all respects.
Dec 09 2022 at 18:35
20 posts
Whitethroat posted:
Lately I have been giving preference to offshore brokers.

You should try CDO Markets. I have been with them for a few months now. And their spreads and commissions are really good.
Dec 13 2022 at 11:35
46 posts
I recommend trading with FP Markets, an ASIC broker with some of the best trading conditions. The spreads average around 0.1–0.3 pips for most parts of the trade.

The spreads are also stable even during volatile market movements with a prompt answering customer support team.
Jan 17 at 10:25
61 posts
Yes, FP Markets is a good broker with some of the lowest spreads, particularly on EURUSD, where it drops as low as 0.0 pips. There are also other brokers that are good, like CMC and Etoro.
Prince Sajir (princesajir)
Jan 18 at 08:14
130 posts
I am not an operator of a particular platform. I think the choice of a broker needs to be decided based on your money. If you are willing to trade with only a small amount of money, most compliant brokers are viable. If you have a very large amount of money, you need to choose a more competent and compliant broker.
Jan 18 at 09:22
64 posts
I recommend trying FP Markets; I've been trading with them for a year now, and the spreads are consistent, starting as low as 0.0 pips with no issue with spread widening.

They have been in business for 15 years now and are regulated by major providers like ASIC. The withdrawal and deposit process is quite smooth as well.
Jan 19 at 09:52
37 posts
If you are looking for the tightest spreads and low commission broker, I recommend fxview, can try out their demo account to test.
Jan 23 at 08:18
26 posts
Look for a broker that is regulated, it is what I would always go for before opening an account. Can try aaafx or hycm, if you want something that is low cost to save some bucks. Regulated as well tho.
Jan 27 at 14:06
19 posts
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Mar 13 at 06:17
35 posts
I'd advise using FP Markets. Trading conditions and execution speed at FP Markets are significantly superior to those of other comparable ECN brokers.

They do have a St. Vincent's license, even if their original license was issued by ASIC, so that we can be protected against changes in leverage. Spreads in FP begin at 0.0 pips, which is also less.
Mar 14 at 19:15
197 posts
Of the available brokers, I really liked the broker from Amarkets. As for me, this option is now the most interesting in terms of work.
Mar 16 at 07:26
42 posts
I recommend trying FP Markets; I've been trading with them for a year, and the spreads are steady, starting as low as 0.0 pips and never expanding.

They have been in operation for 15 years and are regulated by key suppliers such as ASIC. The withdrawal and deposit processes are also pretty smooth.
Mar 16 at 19:57
197 posts
It seems to me that the best option now is a broker from Amarkets. I can say that in terms of working conditions this is one of the best options that are really worthy of attention.
Mar 17 at 07:52
43 posts
In my opinion, I find FP Markets to be a reliable, trusted broker; they have been active since 2005 and are regulated by major providers like ASIC and CYSEC. 

Customer support is also quick in responding to issues, and we did not face any major issues with the spread widening or during the deposit or withdrawal process.
Adam (Glossy)
Mar 21 at 14:20
17 posts
I have noticed a trend that people choose offshore brokers for their good trading conditions and investments.
Mar 22 at 08:22
57 posts
In my view, FP Markets is a trustworthy broker; they have been in business since 2005 and are regulated by significant suppliers such as ASIC and CYSEC.

Customer service is very fast to respond to difficulties, and we had no serious problems with the spread widening or the deposit or withdrawal procedure.
Mar 22 at 19:11
197 posts
Before choosing a broker, I would advise you to work on a demo account first. This is a rather important aspect that deserves attention.
Mar 23 at 06:45
55 posts
I trade with FP Markets, a reputable broker regulated by ASIC and CYSEC. As compared to other similar ECN brokers, their trading conditions are excellent. Spreads start as low as 0.0pips, and the cost is similarly modest ($3 per lot).
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