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New trader here! Can we do funding and withdrawals with multiple currencies?
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Numeromatt

Member Since Jun 29, 2020  13 posts Numeromatt Oct 21 at 04:27 (edited Oct 21 at 04:28 )
barbarawright posted:
Hyalinclay posted:
barbarawright posted:
I just checked the forex spreads list, try fxview for EUR/USD, GBP/USD, best imo, what others have to say?


Thanks for the info! But my question is still on multiple depositing and withdrawal options. Any idea if it serves that purpose too? Don’t know about it, will do some research before using.


No doubt about it, haven’t used it personally though. They do offer multiple funding and withdrawal options in different base currencies.


What about the FCA regulation mate? And others too?
If fxview isn’t regulated, there’s no point in even including it here.

barbarawright

Member Since Jun 10, 2020  37 posts Barbara Wright (barbarawright) Oct 21 at 05:37
Numeromatt posted:

What about the FCA regulation mate? And others too?
If fxview isn’t regulated, there’s no point in even including it here.


I beg to differ here.
Fxview is regulated by FCA and Cysec too, can verify from here:
https://register.fca.org.uk/s/firm?id=0014G00002T4dLOQAZ
https://www.cysec.gov.cy/en-GB/entities/investment-firms/cypriot/81661/
This is a sense of breeze for traders fearing about any financial insolvencies.

Numeromatt

Member Since Jun 29, 2020  13 posts Numeromatt Oct 27 at 12:13
Thanks, I will take your point.

garrychristians

Member Since Jul 17, 2020  6 posts garrychristians Oct 27 at 13:04
Sure thing, thank you @LeviSievwright5

garrychristians

Member Since Jul 17, 2020  6 posts garrychristians Oct 27 at 13:16
Johnathankim posted:
Would suggest using EUR as well with other currencies. A couple of brokers will provide you much lower spreads on these pairs.


I can do that, but I am afraid of the European risk appetite due to Corona threat. Reading the news lately and seeing the euro breaking down further.

GeorgeBischof

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  225 posts GeorgeBischof Oct 30 at 11:22
New traders should be very careful about picking the trading methods. Every trader has different qualities. So, it is very important to choose the best trading method according to his area of abilities.

EbonyJones

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  161 posts EbonyJones Nov 02 at 12:14
GeorgeBischof posted:
New traders should be very careful about picking the trading methods. Every trader has different qualities. So, it is very important to choose the best trading method according to his area of abilities.

I agree with you. Most new traders lose their money because of choosing wrong trading methods in the forex market.

garrychristians

Member Since Jul 17, 2020  6 posts garrychristians Nov 04 at 04:56
You know how they say, take more time to sharpen your axe before cutting a tree.

CanoeMussy

Member Since Jul 03, 2020  28 posts CanoeMussy Nov 04 at 05:49
Johnathankim posted:
Would suggest using EUR as well with other currencies. A couple of brokers will provide you much lower spreads on these pairs.


As per financial analysis, EURUSD is the most popular pair. No seconds in including it with other pairs.

Shelby10

Member Since Jul 15, 2020  90 posts Shelby10 Nov 04 at 07:44
New traders should make good trading plans to make profit from this risky market.

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