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Which Broker is Best for High leverage ?

Doombinder
Oct 21 2021 at 09:53
posts 23
It's pretty difficult to determine which broker is the best for high leverage, because all brokers have their own leverages and some of them don't have leverages at all. So, you should try various brokers and always pay attention to leverages. Brokers always point this information because it's considered to be general. In my opinion, high leverage is such a thing which you should pick on your risk. If you're able to take such high risks on yourself and you realize all the consequences of taking such risks, then just try to find brokers in the internet or on various forums in special branch. Something like that.
GraceGilm
Oct 21 2021 at 15:11
posts 154
and what options have you already tried? Or have you already chosen some one?
lizgo
Oct 21 2021 at 18:05
posts 3
tts_markets posted:
Hi all, I'm looking for stable MT5 forex brokers with high leverage. Any recommendations?
Locations can be anywhere.

I heard some brokers have banned accounts/blocked money/issues before.
Anyone encountered these in recent years?
Know who?
Go for any FCA regulated broker and your money will be safe.
Treeny
Oct 21 2021 at 19:17
posts 213
I think 1:500 is as high as anyone should go and there are plenty of brokers that offer that
Brettood
Oct 21 2021 at 19:26
posts 6
1:1000 is offered by many brokers
without kyc etc, no problems, find your broker
Suradi (FXOday)
Oct 21 2021 at 23:59
posts 357
In my account only use 1:200, the higher leverage that offers is 1:500, but I see there are so many PAMM trader they like to use leverage 1:100, I just thinking if any trader looking broker with high leverage, they will trade high risk like want to use such trading strategy like as martingale or averaging trading system, because this strategy need make more transaction, high leverage allows them to open orders using smallest margin requirement
AliaDare
Oct 22 2021 at 03:34
posts 788
I think 1: 1000 leverage is the best. For trading, however, there is some risk.
skihav
Oct 22 2021 at 11:23
posts 801
I wouldn't dabble in risk at all. It might be too dangerous.
Chan (8christianpaul8)
Oct 27 2021 at 17:18
posts 112
IC Markets is a solid broker. I get 1:500 leverage with them. I think most brokers nowadays offer high leverage but stick to best ones.
Trading is a marathon, not a sprint.
Suradi (FXOday)
Oct 27 2021 at 23:10
posts 357
I don't think choosing leverage 1:1000 is good for a newbie, even it is useless, and harmful account, because high leverage can lead traders to become greedy, over trading and this is not a good way to manage money in the forex trading market, my broker offer leverage to 1:500, but I only choose leverage 1:200, swing trader choose this leverage is enough.
AliaDare
Oct 28 2021 at 01:25
posts 788
skihav posted:
I wouldn't dabble in risk at all. It might be too dangerous.
Forex trading is leverage trading. Where leverage acts as a borrowed source. Which helps to manage very little investment. Therefore, before selecting leverage, it is necessary to create knowledge about that leverage. 1: 500 is the best leverage for me.
Chan (8christianpaul8)
Oct 28 2021 at 06:07
posts 112
FXOday posted:
I don't think choosing leverage 1:1000 is good for a newbie, even it is useless, and harmful account, because high leverage can lead traders to become greedy, over trading and this is not a good way to manage money in the forex trading market, my broker offer leverage to 1:500, but I only choose leverage 1:200, swing trader choose this leverage is enough.
Your opinion about whether leverage is good or not is not really for this thread. OP is asking for good brokers with high leverage. That's what you should answer.
Trading is a marathon, not a sprint.
HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
Oct 28 2021 at 17:18
posts 328
Offshore brokers tend to offer the highest leverage in many cases. I would recommend the broker I use as theirs goes up to 1:500, but they only offer MT4 and I saw you mention that you're interested in MT5.
karenpeters
Nov 03 2021 at 08:09
posts 46
I’m using 300x on FinproTrading, though they offer upto 500x.
niceGLer
Nov 03 2021 at 08:22
posts 169
For an European (EU) based trader for getting leverages higher than 30 is the only option really to go for cryptocurrency base trading accounts (and brokers), really? Is there any other way of going round the ESMA regulations?
Seb King (sebking1986)
Nov 03 2021 at 10:14
posts 502
If you are looking for brokers that offer more leverage than you are allowed on regulated options then you will have to go offshore at the very least and then depending on your countries laws may even then need to look at unregulated brokers. There are some real gems but also some dreadful ones so do your research. I honestly don't think more than 1:500 is ever needed.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
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