i'm relatively new to forex trading.Right now i'm trading with Instaforex as this was the first forex site that i signed up to.
I'm thinking of moving out to better brokers.
I have narrowed down to 2 sites at the end.Thinkforex or Alpari-us.My initial deposit will be about 5000$.
Which broker among these 2 is better and would you recommend any other broker over these two?
Who's new trading Good recommendation No deposit more than $ 300 And money to train Generally all traders delete a number of investment portfolios The first money should be trained Too bad about the $ 5,000
from My experienced thinkforex is better than alpari ( I am using alpari UK):
my bad expericed with alpari: - fake price on chart (different with other broker chart, at same time I open chart on fxpro) - spike price. - cut loss does not work.
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