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Looking for Broker

Member Since Nov 05, 2020  1 posts dap042s1 Nov 10 at 03:31
New to FX trading. Live in US, wanting to trade FX and Crypto. Anyone with a couple of years under their belt of trading experience, I would love to hear your opinion. Currently I use Lqdfx as my broker, they make me nervous bc they are based out of the Marshal Islands and can only fund account with BTC. So deposits and withdrawals you lose a good bit of money. Looking for broker that I could directly fund with bank account. Thanks in advance.


Member Since Oct 13, 2020  21 posts Mitchelsantner Nov 19 at 12:44
Funding with bitcoin is actually secure and faster, there’s no reason to worry on that. But if you want a broker that allows funding directly from bank account you can try xm or fxview. These are offshore brokers too but regulated, so again no red flags. If you would want only a US based broker you might miss out on a lot of flexibility in trading like small account size and trading fees which only the ones outside US can legally provide. However I’m not sure if these brokers accept clients from US, you’ll have to check on that.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  225 posts GeorgeBischof Nov 19 at 17:15
A broker is the most important thing in forex trading. Without a broker, you can not trade in the forex market.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  154 posts AliaDare Nov 20 at 00:27
Profit cannot be made if the broker does not provide proper service. To make a profit, you must take the help of a broker. A good broker can help you achieve success.


Member Since Jul 15, 2020  90 posts Shelby10 Nov 20 at 11:12
A broker is the most important element in the forex market. You should pick the regulated broker to make a good trading career.

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