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Which broker is better

Jamerson
Mar 15 at 04:59
28 Posts
I have shortlisted a few of the brokers to get started with LiveTrading based on the spreads and lower commissions: Global Prime, MFX, and FP Markets.

Since I mainly trade intraday, Which of these would be best suitable for scalping?
CocoChannel
Mar 16 at 05:48
57 Posts
Jamerson posted:
I have shortlisted a few of the brokers to get started with LiveTrading based on the spreads and lower commissions: Global Prime, MFX, and FP Markets.

Since I mainly trade intraday, Which of these would be best suitable for scalping?
Among these, the spreads of global prime seem quite low as I just checked, apart from them there's fxview, whose spreads and commissions($2 rt) fit well for scalping. So I would suggest checking them too.
skihav
Mar 16 at 17:17
801 Posts
It should be understood that brokers do not always deliver their services consistently. This is worth paying attention to.
Cizel89
Apr 06 at 11:41
63 Posts
CocoChannel posted:
Jamerson posted:
I have shortlisted a few of the brokers to get started with LiveTrading based on the spreads and lower commissions: Global Prime, MFX, and FP Markets.

Since I mainly trade intraday, Which of these would be best suitable for scalping?
Among these, the spreads of global prime seem quite low as I just checked, apart from them there's fxview, whose spreads and commissions($2 rt) fit well for scalping. So I would suggest checking them too.
Can vouch for fxview, one of the solid brokers I've ever used. You can also go for HYCM as well, tho their commission is $4 RT
Daniel993
Apr 07 at 07:38
52 Posts
I personally prefer trading with ecn brokers like Etoro and FP Markets because the trading conditions are robust and reliable.

Especially FP Market spreads are stable and consistent even when the market is highly volatile during market movements. 
Cooper078
Apr 08 at 07:25
41 Posts
From the mentioned brokers, I have to agree with Global Prime, Fxview, and FP Markets. These brokers are reliable with robust trading conditions.

And their commission costs are the lowest with good customer service.
Jamerson
Apr 11 at 10:16
28 Posts
Global Prime, Skiling, and FP Markets are good brokers to trade with. They provide good trading conditions and customer service.

The spreads average 0.1 pips for most parts of the trade, with the lowest commission costs.
melaniiia
Apr 14 at 10:23
2 Posts
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BarronLucas
Apr 19 at 08:50
31 Posts
From the list of brokers mentioned, I personally suggest Skilling, CMC, and FP Markets as good brokers to trade with since they provide tight spreads, lower commission costs, and their trading conditions are robust.
Carlos122
Apr 20 at 05:25
35 Posts
I prefer trading with either Fxview or FP Markets since their spreads and commission costs are lower when compared to other ECN brokers.

Since I scalp I use FP Markets for scalping as of now since the spreads average 0.0 pips for most parts of my trades with a $3 commission cost per lot.
AndrewMcCalam54
Apr 20 at 08:46
132 Posts
which broker is better it depends on your trading condition , if love doing scalping should choose the broker which allows trading concept such as this.
akevi
Apr 25 at 09:22
25 Posts
I recommend trading with brokers such as IG or FP Market since these brokers are regulated and also have some of the tightest spreads than most ecn brokers.

I personally prefer FP markets because the trading conditions are robust, with a responsive customer service team, and the withdrawals have never been an issue for me.
Aubrey22
Apr 29 at 06:58
41 Posts
Hey Jamerson, If you are still looking for a suitable broker, I suggest FP Markets over the other two, not because they are bad.

It is because FP Markets provides better trading conditions with a lower commission cost of $3 per lot and has over 10,000 different instruments to trade global stocks and commodities.
Alberncon
May 02 at 07:35
48 Posts
I prefer trading with Skilling or FP Markets because they are very suitable for scalpers such as me who require tighter spreads and lower commission costs.

The spreads average 0.0 pips in both brokers' and the commission cost for Skilling is $7 per turn lot and $6 for FP Markets.
Jordan5ith
May 04 at 08:27
52 Posts
I have seen several broker recommendations and from the listed brokers, I agree with CMC Markets and FP Markets because I have traded with both and their trading conditions are robust.

The spreads tend to average at 0.0 pips for most parts of my trade, and FP Markets spreads are stable even during highly volatile market news events.
HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
May 04 at 14:41
328 Posts
I think I'd go with FP Markets in this scenerio.
GordonDenzil
May 05 at 07:00
55 Posts
From the listed brokers, I will go with Skilling or FP Markets since they are some of the lowest commission cost brokers I have come across, at $7 per round lot for Skilling and $6 for FP Markets.

Skilling is regulated by the FCA and FP Markets has regulation from ASIC, CYSEC and also an offshore licence for traders looking to trade offshore with a higher leverage of 500:1.
Superfluous
May 11 at 09:21
44 Posts
I’ve been trading with turnkey forex. They provide tight spreads with a low commission of $2/lot RT. A reliable broker with solid trading conditions.
futtynutty
May 11 at 10:00
10 Posts
$2/lot RT is low. I will check them out. Thanks for the tip
Pyrotrading
May 11 at 15:17
6 Posts
I use Roboforex myself. With this broker I only have a 0.5 point spread on the DAX, which is an advantage for me when scalping.
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