Pour utiliser le chat, veuillez vous connecter.
Retour aux contacts

Choosing the Right Broker

victor112233
Dec 07 2018 at 10:38
posts 2
Hey there!! Tell me please about the criteria of good broker. How to understand borker is really good and legal
Imamul
Dec 14 2018 at 11:41
posts 740
We the traders should choose the brokers in cool mind, we have to choose the broker which is more appropriate to the concept of trading of trading that will be used , the traders who are particularly scalpers have to choose the broker which allows trading concept such as this.
Mohammadi
Dec 16 2018 at 09:05
posts 886
Without having a reliable support from a credible trading broker that’s not possible at all to lead a comfortable trading life with certainly despite of good trading knowledge , so, choosing a broker is very difficult task, it would be great if we choose our brokers according to our trading understanding , should choose the broker that is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used,
Snorre
Dec 16 2018 at 09:28
posts 11
Good criteria are below....

Low spreads

Low deposit / with drawl fees

Regulated

Broad range of markets

Trading platform (e.g. MT4)
Adribaasmet
Dec 23 2018 at 08:31
posts 994
Snorre posted:
Good criteria are below....

Low spreads

Low deposit / with drawl fees

Regulated

Broad range of markets

Trading platform (e.g. MT4)

In addition, no hidden fee & quick withdrawal service! Agree?
Mohammadi
Dec 23 2018 at 09:44
posts 886
For leading a secure and profitable trading life with certainly we the traders have to choose in regulated trading broker which guarantee their clients funds. Only regulated trading broker make sure security of funds at any deposits with a wide range of trading technologies.
AmDiab
Dec 27 2018 at 07:52
posts 718
Mohammadi posted:
For leading a secure and profitable trading life with certainly we the traders have to choose in regulated trading broker which guarantee their clients funds. Only regulated trading broker make sure security of funds at any deposits with a wide range of trading technologies.
Security is a great issue; basically only regulated brokers are able to ensure traders capital/profit security.
thinkpad954
Dec 31 2018 at 13:33
posts 9
Look at commissions on the investments you'll use most. Online brokers generally offer a similar menu of investment options: individual stocks, options, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and bonds. Some will also offer access to futures trading and forex (currency) trading.
AniLorak
Dec 31 2018 at 15:25
posts 920
thinkpad954 posted:
Look at commissions on the investments you'll use most. Online brokers generally offer a similar menu of investment options: individual stocks, options, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and bonds. Some will also offer access to futures trading and forex (currency) trading.

As well as crypto; I see nowadays brokers are really interested on crypto instruments.
pipstornado
Jan 02 2019 at 12:50
posts 4
Not only regulated brokers, you need larger brokers with lots of clients or capital as regulator start imposing more and more compliance paperwork. Since brokers work with thin margin find it hard to keep up with paperwork that regulator requires.
BlueDino20
Jan 02 2019 at 13:34
posts 13
Why do brokers have thin margins? Surely they makes loads of profit. If broker is a bucket shop then they will all the money that I lose. Surely they have huge margins. What are their costs, marketing, tech and some back office staff
AmDiab
Jan 09 2019 at 11:08
posts 718
pipstornado posted:
Not only regulated brokers, you need larger brokers with lots of clients or capital as regulator start imposing more and more compliance paperwork. Since brokers work with thin margin find it hard to keep up with paperwork that regulator requires.

Yes, it is! And, this is why we need to avoid extremity new Forex brokers. Because, most of the new brokers can’t keep continue.
AndrewBernard
Jan 09 2019 at 13:33
posts 2
A little thing a friend showed me is to check with CySEC website before you trade. Don't trust the broker- check there for yourself- like this https://www.cysec.gov.cy/en-GB/entities/investment-firms/cypriot/37704/ - brokers like mine naga markets is regulated there but some claim to be when they are not. Then you can see closed ones like Banc De Binary https://www.cysec.gov.cy/en-GB/entities/investment-firms/cypriot/37701/- sorry if you already knew this. it was interesting for me
jamesgwyther
Jan 16 2019 at 11:05
posts 289
I still use Hugo's Way. I enjoy the larger leverage and Crypto trading.
Adribaasmet
Jan 17 2019 at 11:44
posts 994
jamesgwyther posted:
I still use Hugo's Way. I enjoy the larger leverage and Crypto trading.

What’s the spreads on crypto? And what’s the trading leverage for crypto trading?
jamesgwyther
Jan 17 2019 at 13:39
posts 289
Adribaasmet posted:
jamesgwyther posted:
I still use Hugo's Way. I enjoy the larger leverage and Crypto trading.

What’s the spreads on crypto? And what’s the trading leverage for crypto trading?

The spreads on Crypto are good, compared with other brokers I have used and I get 100/1 leverage.
Pentz Consulting
ForexScreamer
Jan 18 2019 at 10:53
posts 49
I'm interested in FX Choice which is located in Belize. They accept US traders. I've had trouble getting my account funded however. The interim bank declined my wire transfer due to 'internal policy'. Is that a red flag I should be concerned about before I look at other funding options?
nick3232
Jan 20 2019 at 07:22
posts 162
ForexScreamer posted:
I'm interested in FX Choice which is located in Belize. They accept US traders. I've had trouble getting my account funded however. The interim bank declined my wire transfer due to 'internal policy'. Is that a red flag I should be concerned about before I look at other funding options?

it is said somewhere in the wire deposit section,you need to find another mode of payment ,just open a bitcoin acc at bitcoin.com (very easy) and they will load your $$ from your bank acc then deposit via bitcoin option on fx choice and problem solved
pipstornado
Jan 20 2019 at 11:54
posts 4
When opening an account with a new broker, make sure the broker request for your id and proof of address.
Brokers that don''t ask for any info and just allow you to find and start trading is a scam,
When comes time to withdraw, they will request proof of identity - need to be certified, notarised and sent by courier to some island country.

MOst legit brokers need to have KYC policy (Know your customer) in place before you start trading.
The only time you need to document is when comes to withdrawal- to proof that the destination bank account belongs to you. YOu do not need to certify etc. You should be able to upload the scan bank statement in the client portal.

Traders are attracted to unknown brokers registered in some far island nation is because you don't need any paperwork to start trading and you have deposit bonus on top of that. Traders have $100 but want to grow that to $1 mil in a hurry. So any bonus etc together with 1:2000 leverage seems attractive.

So brokers with bonus is a no-no for me.
AmDiab
Jan 20 2019 at 13:50
posts 718
ForexScreamer posted:
I'm interested in FX Choice which is located in Belize. They accept US traders. I've had trouble getting my account funded however. The interim bank declined my wire transfer due to 'internal policy'. Is that a red flag I should be concerned about before I look at other funding options?

Hello mate; you from? What’s tour main recommended feature on trading? please, don’t go with any new FX broker.
Veuillez vous connecter pour commenter .