Yes, the choice of a broker is obviously very important. But there is something without which you shouldn't even start trading. This is Faith in yourself, and self-confidence. If you start a new business and do not believe in your victory, the result will be sad.
Yes, the choice of the broker is pretty much depends on you that how you can search on intternet and how to find a reliable and trusted broker. Always choose a broker with good online reputation with low spread and good customer support.
Dictiony posted: Yes, the choice of the broker is pretty much depends on you that how you can search on intternet and how to find a reliable and trusted broker. Always choose a broker with good online reputation with low spread and good customer support.
There's so much about brokers on the internet. How do we make out what information is genuine and what's not?
I mainly scalp and have been trading with FP Markets for a while. Their Raw Spreads account has some of the tightest spreads out there and no spread widening issues even during high volatile market movements.
No issues during withdrawal Process as well. I deposited using a card and was able to withdraw back to the same card easily.
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