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Choosing a new broker

jaredtaylor
May 18 at 09:09
posts 50
Bradley88 posted:
I'm new into forex and looking for a broker to go live soon, as a beginner should i look for a broker based on spreads and commission if i want to scalp or based on reviews and leverage ?

For scalping, the trading conditions favor the most, so you should be looking for tight spreads and lower commission. For instance, try out turnkey forex, their spreads are quite tight and the commission is only $1/100k per side.

Mohammadi
May 19 at 09:45
posts 886
the newcomers should choose the broker which does not restrict any kind of trading techniques with scalping and hedging. generally the scalpers always fall a great trouble when choosing a broker.

lovefortrading (perryjohn765)
May 19 at 13:54
posts 238
i guess every broker is aware iof this requirement and they have started offering all these conditions and styles.One needs to see how reliable the broker is

AliaDare
May 19 at 16:28
posts 632
perryjohn765 posted:
i guess every broker is aware iof this requirement and they have started offering all these conditions and styles.One needs to see how reliable the broker is

Yes, your opinion is correct. All brokers know their needs and act accordingly. We need to know how reliable the broker is.

RobertFerrari
Sep 14 at 18:33
posts 126
perryjohn765 posted:
i guess every broker is aware iof this requirement and they have started offering all these conditions and styles.One needs to see how reliable the broker is

I think a good broker is very much important to survive in this market.

Karlos Fandango (Smith2525)
Sep 15 at 00:10
posts 57
perryjohn765 posted:
When does a trader move to a new broker? what are the expectations from a new broker and disappointment from the previous/current broker.


I moved to off-shore about a year ago. We had some new regulations come into place over here in Australia which capped the maximum leverage to 1:30. Apparently it was for 'our own benefit' as they didn't want us to loose our money. Absolute BS. I don't need a government to help me 'stay safe' and protect me from spending my own money.
Moving off-shore was no big deal in the end, I was a little skeptical at first after things I had read, but in fact, the benefits have by far outweighed the perceived 'risks'

FredJones
Sep 15 at 09:59
posts 6
I'm a newbie with no experience on how to find a reliable and suitable broker. Any suggestions on what type of broker I should use and how to identify if it's reliable?

Ariest
Sep 17 at 04:40
posts 29
Of course, you need to focus on those brokers who have extensive experience in the market and a good reputation.

Unellene
Sep 17 at 10:58
posts 283
when choosing a broker, you should not take into account new options on the market, because in terms of reliability it will be unclear whether you will be thrown or not

SteveHanks
Sep 18 at 20:41
posts 370
Mohammadi posted:
the newcomers should choose the broker which does not restrict any kind of trading techniques with scalping and hedging. generally the scalpers always fall a great trouble when choosing a broker.

Every trader should choose a regulated broker to survive in this market.

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