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Adribaasmet
Oct 25 2018 at 06:47
922 messages
victoriajensen posted:
I think ActivTrades allows the deposit the original poster was talking about.


Actually, there have so many brokers who are allowing this kind of retail investment! But the question is, reliability.

Faneel (Faneel)
Nov 06 2018 at 11:17
11 messages
I'm looking for a broker who has a leverage of 1:500 and a small spread. Since how many brokers adhere to ESMA restrictions, there are difficulties with trade.

AniLorak
Nov 19 2018 at 13:55
920 messages
Faneel posted:
I'm looking for a broker who has a leverage of 1:500 and a small spread. Since how many brokers adhere to ESMA restrictions, there are difficulties with trade.


Check the broker section of this forum! There have thousands of brokers according to your choice.

Mohammadi
Dec 17 2018 at 09:13
858 messages
When looking for a broker there are many things that you have to check. Accordion to my trading experience, first of all, I will be looking for in a broker is, if they are regulated or not. Then I will see their deposits and withdrawal system how it works. Only regulated trading broker guarantee their client’s funds with certainly.

Kingoftrading
Dec 17 2018 at 12:46
7 messages
To start, always look for the broker to be well regulated. And look for reviews in different web and read opinions. It's what I always do when I'm going to deposit in any broker.

Mohammadi
Dec 18 2018 at 09:38
858 messages
Forex broker is a big deal to ensure a complete trading life, because the broker can affects the result of our trading with certainly. we should choose the broker which is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used , if you love doing scalping should choose the broker that allows trading concept such as this.

L3CAP
Dec 19 2018 at 08:08
264 messages
Not endorsing any brokers here, but from personal experience you can not go wrong with ICMarkets, Pepperstone and Tickmill. I have used all in the past with no issues and they tick all the boxes.

If you do not qualify for a professional account status and you are stuck you can always opt for opening ICMarkets at their Asic entity.

Faneel (Faneel)
Dec 19 2018 at 08:46
11 messages
AniLorak posted:
Faneel posted:
I'm looking for a broker who has a leverage of 1:500 and a small spread. Since how many brokers adhere to ESMA restrictions, there are difficulties with trade.


Check the broker section of this forum! There have thousands of brokers according to your choice.

Thanks for helping. I'll do so.
What broker do you prefer?

L3CAP
Dec 19 2018 at 09:13
264 messages
Faneel posted:
AniLorak posted:
Faneel posted:
I'm looking for a broker who has a leverage of 1:500 and a small spread. Since how many brokers adhere to ESMA restrictions, there are difficulties with trade.


Check the broker section of this forum! There have thousands of brokers according to your choice.

Thanks for helping. I'll do so.
What broker do you prefer?

I am quite happy with all three :)

Another point I forgot to mention, it is always best to split your capital amongst a few brokers for your trading, this way you can have a way to compare performance of the broker and the market conditions, plus you are not fully exposed in the event a broker goes bust and goes in to liquidation.

So say you have $15,000 that you will be investing, its is best to allocate say $5,000 to Tickmill, $5,000 to Pepperstone and $5,000 to ICMarkets. This way all your eggs are spread across different baskets :)

Also so you are not managing multiple accounts depending on your strategy, you could trade off one account and use a trade copier (I love FXBlue trade copier - it is great plus its free!) to copy your trading to the other broker accounts (Sadly this setup does not work great on scalping, but works ok on other strategies!)

AmDiab
Apr 30 2019 at 17:14
718 messages
L3CAP posted:
Faneel posted:
AniLorak posted:
Faneel posted:
I'm looking for a broker who has a leverage of 1:500 and a small spread. Since how many brokers adhere to ESMA restrictions, there are difficulties with trade.


Check the broker section of this forum! There have thousands of brokers according to your choice.

Thanks for helping. I'll do so.
What broker do you prefer?

I am quite happy with all three :)

Another point I forgot to mention, it is always best to split your capital amongst a few brokers for your trading, this way you can have a way to compare performance of the broker and the market conditions, plus you are not fully exposed in the event a broker goes bust and goes in to liquidation.

So say you have $15,000 that you will be investing, its is best to allocate say $5,000 to Tickmill, $5,000 to Pepperstone and $5,000 to ICMarkets. This way all your eggs are spread across different baskets :)

Also so you are not managing multiple accounts depending on your strategy, you could trade off one account and use a trade copier (I love FXBlue trade copier - it is great plus its free!) to copy your trading to the other broker accounts (Sadly this setup does not work great on scalping, but works ok on other strategies!)


Interesting reply! But I am with a single broker! Although, I liked your idea since I got your point.

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