Raheemsterling22 posted: Ya @Dawn that’s a good one, I have heard a lot about Turnkeyforex but personally don’t know anyone in my circles who’s been using them. If I am not wrong they have swap-free accounts right?
Yes they do, although I am only scalping and rarely daytrade, but they do have this feature.
If you are looking for more options, you can consider FXTM and Turnkeyforex. They provide you with both MT4 and MT5. You can go for various trading strategies through them on low commissions. I am a daytrader only.
I don’t think that the number of currency pairs a broker is offering really matters. What matters is finding the currency pairs you want to trade with the broker that you found to be suitable for your trading.
keatonrichard posted: I don’t think that the number of currency pairs a broker is offering really matters. What matters is finding the currency pairs you want to trade with the broker that you found to be suitable for your trading.
Absolutely! You should be good with a broker if you are getting the trading platform you want to use and the currency pairs you want to trade.
As a trader who keeps trying out different things, the number of currency pairs my broker offers is really important. After researching, I found that Pepperstone offers 61 tradable currency pairs. Along with that, I also found that Turnkeyforex offers around 100 currency pairs to trade which is pretty high in comparison to what other brokers are offering.
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