Which Broker to choose for US resident?

Dec 30, 2015 at 15:56
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Membre depuis Oct 27, 2012   posts 35
Feb 02, 2016 at 12:16
Your = you're, so pity there is no option to edit post.
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Membre depuis Feb 11, 2011   posts 1916
Feb 02, 2016 at 18:55
BoneTrader posted:
Your = you're, so pity there is no option to edit post.

yes there is..
Membre depuis Oct 15, 2013   posts 8
Feb 03, 2016 at 07:54
ForexBrokerINC they accept US citizen with no- FIFO rules , hedging rules and no CFTC governing. Great reviews and bonuses.
Membre depuis Jan 30, 2017   posts 12
Feb 07, 2017 at 11:07
Most of the US brokers do not offer good leverage and have a lot of conditions attached to opening an account.
 In case you want to open account and you are from US, I would recommend you to do your complete research and make your complete analysis before you do it.
Membre depuis Feb 22, 2011   posts 4862
Feb 07, 2017 at 15:50
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)

US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr
Membre depuis Oct 27, 2012   posts 35
Feb 08, 2017 at 07:47
@togr

Because non-US brokers usually do not let US residents to open accounts.
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Membre depuis Feb 22, 2011   posts 4862
Feb 08, 2017 at 08:47
BoneTrader posted:
@togr

Because non-US brokers usually do not let US residents to open accounts.
@BoneTrader
the point is why dont you open account at broker with your passport of previous country?
Membre depuis Apr 06, 2014   posts 11
Feb 26, 2017 at 06:35
I am an US resident and was thinking about trying out Forex Broker Inc or FxGlory.

Which one would you think would be the better broker?

I have read that FxGlory does not like to payout not sure if that's true.

I am just looking for a broker that has higher leverage than 50:1 and I want to be able to withdraw my profit with out any problems.

Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Membre depuis Feb 22, 2011   posts 4862
Feb 27, 2017 at 07:58
price_action posted:
I am an US resident and was thinking about trying out Forex Broker Inc or FxGlory.

Which one would you think would be the better broker?

I have read that FxGlory does not like to payout not sure if that's true.

I am just looking for a broker that has higher leverage than 50:1 and I want to be able to withdraw my profit with out any problems.

Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

I dont think any of these is good.
FxGlory is very outdated similar to RVDMarkets which disappeared with clients money
FBI had account with them and got blocked for no obvious reason
There are better brokers read above
Membre depuis Apr 06, 2014   posts 11
Feb 27, 2017 at 21:33
Well, Vipro Markets and Tallinex do not support US clients.
May be they did in the past, when I visit there website a message pop up and say's we do not support US-clients.

There are plenty of bad review on FxGlory and FBI brokers,I thought maybe there where people on myfxbook that have used them with better luck. If vontogr had problems with FBI I probably will to.

I guess I will keep looking.....
Membre depuis Jan 31, 2017   posts 30
Apr 10, 2017 at 08:42
You can refer to this list mention on babypips (https://forums.babypips.com/forex-brokers/36221-going-offshore-escape-cftc.html ) to find the brokers that accept US clients.
Membre depuis Jan 31, 2017   posts 6
Apr 19, 2017 at 08:47
Yes, tallinex has stopped accepting US clients in fact they sold their US clients Capital City Markets (CCM). And indeed this babypips link is very useful, you will come across very good offshore brokers having good reviews and offering trading conditions suitable to your trading styles.
Membre depuis Sep 02, 2020   posts 5
Feb 13, 2021 at 20:16
togr posted:
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)

US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr


I have the same problem. As a foreigner living in the US, I’m trying to figure it out if I can open an account with a broker that usually does not accept US residents.
Before doing that it’s important to find out how I’m supposed to pay tax on both countries.
I’m trying to find a professional who could answer some of my questions.
Does anyone know someone??
Membre depuis Dec 11, 2020   posts 14
Jun 11, 2021 at 05:14
You can go with a good regulated broker that accepts clients from the US, or you can trade with offshore brokers as well. As long as a broker fulfills your trading requirements and seems legit it is fine
Membre depuis Jun 15, 2021   posts 20
Jun 21, 2021 at 09:22
taskfries posted:
You can go with a good regulated broker that accepts clients from the US, or you can trade with offshore brokers as well. As long as a broker fulfills your trading requirements and seems legit it is fine
Exactly.
I believe good trading conditions are what matters the most in forex trading.
Membre depuis Aug 13, 2021   posts 43
Sep 09, 2021 at 08:40
I want to suggest to you ZFX at first, but I did not pay attention to the US restriction ZFX is good but it does not accept US resident due to CFD nature for some particular product
Membre depuis Feb 20, 2021   posts 53
Oct 27, 2021 at 10:41
Coinexx accept US clients, trading conditions are solid.
Membre depuis Jul 23, 2020   posts 759
Feb 06, 2022 at 20:26
Some brokers do not accept US clients due to government regulations, but brokers outside this country are willing to accept clients around the world.
Membre depuis Apr 09, 2019   posts 538
Feb 14, 2022 at 10:38
Depends if you want to submit to the confines of regulation or not. Bear in mind your funds aren't protected by the CFTC
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
Membre depuis Dec 08, 2021   posts 308
Feb 14, 2022 at 16:20
Solid ECN accepts traders from the US.
Solid ECN, a True ECN Broker
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