Daniel993 posted: I prefer trading with a regulated broker that is reliable than trading with a broker that offers a bonus. Because brokers that offer bonus are most likely to be scammers that use bonuses as a trick to lure in traders.
Have you personally had any experience of that sort ?
I don't even give brokers who offer bouses a second look. They are not casinos so why are they acting like them? They encourage poor trading practice and prey on those with low capital and in desperate positions.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
sebking1986 posted: I don't even give brokers who offer bouses a second look. They are not casinos so why are they acting like them? They encourage poor trading practice and prey on those with low capital and in desperate positions.
Brokers offering bonuses are usually scammers. Do not be fooled into a quick bonus. Get a broker that is good for the long term with good spreads and regulation
I do think there are some good bonus offers out there, but it does make me suspicious, especially if the bonus seems to good to be true. You always have to read the terms and conditions carefully, as many bonuses have terms that make withdrawing your profits difficult, you typically need to trade a high lot size or something along those lines. It also seems like many beginners rush to sign up for the broker with the best bonus, but they often overlook other conditions that are unfavorable. What's a $30 bonus really worth if your broker charges $7 per withdrawal or more, high commission, and high spreads? It cancels it out and you wind up worse off, so always be sure to check these things out thoroughly.
Yes, sometimes brokers offer big bonus promotions for the free deposit or deposit bonuses, if traders are only tempted by the number, maybe they will want to try, but when understanding behind the bonus there are certain rules that are likely hard to fulfilled maybe they will turn back and go away from the bonus, it's always good to check term and condition before taking a bonus promotion
I would stay away from bonus brokers personally, your capital gets tied up in the bonus and you have wagering requirements before the bonus is released and all this time you could be using your own capital to make money
When Binary Options were popular a few years ago, brokers offer deposit bonuses of up 100% but came with a lot of strings making withdrawals virtually impossible. In general, don't get suckered in to these offers. Even better go with an established broker that doesn't offer these gimmicky bonuses.
Integrity is the seed for achievement. It is the principle that never fails. - Earl Nightingale
Bonus they have certain rules as a restriction, sometimes broker offer a big bonus but actually useless because cant withdraw profit bonus like as giving small fish to get big fish, if want trade use bonus, looking broker that offers a bonus but easy rules to withdraw the bonus.
AurelieFrancis posted: I personally avoid trading with bonus brokers because I was previously scammed by a broker that offered a bonus.
Now I trade with a proper regulated broker, FP Markets, that offers no bonus but good trading conditions and a customer service team.
Sounds about right. I don't understand why people believe brokers would just give free money away without a catch. Especially these really large too good to be true sounding offers. I've read many reviews on FPA and other sites where traders don't understand why the broker won't process the withdrawal that includes profits made from a bonus. Honestly, you rarely win in the end and it's better to just choose a broker with lower fees that to have to worry about them making their 'bonus' money back.
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