Okay, so I've gone through the motions of evaluating both FXCM and TradeStation. FXCM is a pretty good candidate. TradeStation though nice, does not seem to be setup for Money Managers yet.
Any other suggestions ? My updated list :
1. trust with account size is over USD$100,000 2. deposit insurance / custodian accounts / bank guranteeetc 3. accepts overseas clients 4. easy withdrawal 5. good customer service 6. good statistics / data / reporting for money managers / PAMM 7. good reputation
I've considered Dukascopy, will look at them further. They seem pretty good, but I have some reservations.
As for Forexoma, you got to be fucking kidding me. I wouldn't touch it with a 10ft pole.
1. no regulation 2. pop ups that want to teach you how to be a profitable trader 3. incomplete website 4. website that looks like a high school project 5. use of (ugly) stock images 6. language options that are pumped through google 7. no track record 8. buttons and links all over the place asking you to open a live account
.... this list can go on and on, but I'll leave it to anyone else reading here to judge for themselves. I'm guessing you're either an affiliate, a noob or a retard.
Yes you are right about what you say, I thought exactly the same thing when I saw the website for the first time, I though this was a scam, but after reading their website and seeing what people thought about this website I changed my mind ... You know 95% of traders lose money, Do you think this is because of regulation ? No I don't think so. I think they lose money because they don't have the right knowledge and trade on their emotions ... The one who open the website (Vahid) is not a web designer or an entrepreneur, he is a full time trader, that's why the website is ugly. An entrepreneur doesn't know what a professional trader need, but a full time trader knows exactly. A good trader is not necessary the one who have a beautiful website. Once you open a live account with Forexoma you can access to the 'Forexoma Online Forex Trading Room' there you have some training courses and an online market analysis(Report of forming trade setup). What Vahid said in his courses about his trading system is very different from what you used to see on internet. It's absolutely different of Gurus that you can see in some social trading network like: etoro.com or tradeo.com. In those social trading network they don't want to make money from their trading, but they only want a good chart because they will earn from their followers...
I notice trader reports of *positive* news slippage and higher comparative trades made in the same instrument across separate accounts https://forexnation.org/conversation/ . Sounds good!
I like that these guys will voluntarily be posting their audited accounts on their website, along with their client numbers and charitable trust balance https://forexnation.org/about/. This industry needs more transparency.
Does anyone know of any other not-for-profit brokers ... anywhere?
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