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Member Since Dec 28, 2018  22 posts Hardolian Dec 02 2019 at 17:15
There are some points to check when choosing the broker. First of all, you need to explore reviews and if possible connect with traders that are already working with that broker. Secondly, check agreement and fees policy. And the last one, check how their support service works, as it's one of the best indicators of brokers reliability. I was always guided by these three points and never failed, so I think they work.


Member Since Aug 11, 2017  788 posts Mohammadi Jan 15 at 16:16
sometimes we try to confirm brokers real performance by using demo trading , but in practical lots of difference there is between demo and live on a broker.


Member Since Nov 15, 2019  17 posts Wrathdragon Jan 19 at 15:06
First of all I pay attention to the feedback and descriptions on the forums, after that I read the agreement and test the broker's platform for a demo, and the next stage is a deposit, a small test period and the subsequent withdrawal of funds, and if everything went without questions, then you are on top of it and you can build a further action plan and raise capital for more serious work.


Member Since Jul 08, 2019  42 posts Jack Smith (GlobalScalper) Jan 20 at 11:15
1: Highly regulated
2: well known
3: No Major negative report
3: Good customer support
4: And they've true ECN or STP account.
That's all


Member Since Mar 18, 2019  98 posts Adam Cantor (AdamCantor) Feb 11 at 15:04
candicesummer posted:
When choosing a FOREX broker, you should always consider security, support, fees and regulations before you decide.
So in order to find a regulated forex broker with a great reputation, consider these things:
Where are the broker regulated
How many years have they been in business?
Have they survived bear markets, and big client losses?
How much do they have in deposit guarantee?
Are they holding you account deposit in a segregated bank?
What support opportunities do they offer?

When you have answered these first questions, you can begin to compare spreads, fees, inactivity fees, charting software and anything else that might also be important for you as a trader.
When you compare the best and regulated forex brokers you should consider:
Trading fees
Inactivity fees
Account fees
Charting software

yes good post there, i agree ...and agree that regulation is important but i have still had issues (delays with withdrawals as well as trade discrepancies) with a regulated broker, and not with unregulated. you get good and bad of both and we must not forget that.


Member Since Feb 12, 2020  11 posts Mateusz36354 Feb 18 at 13:45
it is interesting


Member Since Mar 18, 2019  98 posts Adam Cantor (AdamCantor) Feb 19 at 13:26
regulation isnot everything when it comes to the service - i learnt this the hard way


Member Since Jan 27, 2020  27 posts Brahma23 Feb 20 at 19:02
Forex is a very complicated market. It needs more and more study to become a successful trader. You have to learn all the tools and techniques of forex. You also have knowledge about the latest information and news about forex.


Member Since Feb 08, 2019  134 posts Treeny Feb 22 at 16:41
Some of the worst brokers out there are regulated ones....


Member Since Oct 30, 2019  20 posts Trallod Feb 23 at 12:03
Choosing a reliable broker is very essential, as it determines a lot with regards to your success as a trader. There are so many brokers out there, but it's iportant to first look at whether a broker is regulated or not. You should also consider the fees that are charged on transactions, and the reviews that other traders have concerning the broker

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