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Best Broker for a Newbie

Ramierez
May 26 at 09:08
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For newbies, I recommend trading with regulated brokers such as ICM, Pepperstone, or FP Markets. The trading conditions are reliable and customer service is quick in solving queries with faster execution speed.
Briosody
Jun 10 at 12:50
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I think newbies should choose a broker with low minimum deposit requirements and low commissions. Here are some good options:

• Eaglefx (min deposit - $10, commissions - $6/lot RT)
• Coinexx (min deposit - $5, commissions - $2/lot RT)
• Lqdfx (min deposit - $20, commissions - $7/lot RT)
dutchy1986
Jun 13 at 16:08
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skyjack777 posted:
Hi All,
       Have just been to the reviews on Brokers. I'll ask the question here. For someone in Australia, with a micro account between $250 to $500 dealing with .01 lots, is there any Brokers that come to mine. Thanks Bruce
This is something you can only answer, as friends for who they use but you’ll need to check them out. Can always demo with most first
Jordan5ith
Jul 27 at 13:33
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For newbies, I suggest trading with a reliable broker such as FP markets. I have been trading with their raw ECN account that is regulated by ASIC and CYSEC.

It is also an older broker, active for over 12 years, with a quick-response customer service team, even through emails and live chat.
Bradley88
Jul 28 at 13:30
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For newbies, I suggest trading with demo accounts to avoid unnecessary losses, and it also helps in developing forex strategies and skills.

Forex brokers like Avatrade and FP Markets provide educational materials such as video tutorials, e-books, and fundamental analysis.
Louren
Sep 15 at 10:03
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For newcomers, it is preferable to choose a broker that is regulated and provides a free demo account that does not expire soon, as well as proper customer service, because in the beginning, beginners will require assistance from customer service to resolve certain queries. 

I suggest my broker, FP Markets, because they have an excellent customer service team and their demo account expires only when not used for a certain period.
AurelieFrancis
Sep 22 at 08:47
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I would suggest trading using a demo account before going live. I traded using a demo account with FP Markets as a first-time forex user, and they have an e-book and other forex learning options which helped in gaining forex knowledge.
HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
Sep 22 at 15:46
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Briosody posted:
I think newbies should choose a broker with low minimum deposit requirements and low commissions. Here are some good options:

• Eaglefx (min deposit - $10, commissions - $6/lot RT)
• Coinexx (min deposit - $5, commissions - $2/lot RT)
• Lqdfx (min deposit - $20, commissions - $7/lot RT)
Agree that having the option for a low deposit is a big perk to beginners. Always heard EagleFX and Coinexx were really good.
Parker09
Sep 23 at 05:56
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For newbies, it is better to choose a broker with a free demo account that also provides educational materials. For example, Avatrade and FP Markets have webinars, e-books, video tutorials, and more for newbies entering into forex for the first time.
Daniel993
Sep 28 at 08:41
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As per my opinion, the broker with the lowest minimum deposit I have come across is FP Markets, which has a $100 AUD minimum deposit and the commission cost per round lot is also lower at $6 per round lot without any extra commission cost during withdrawals or deposits.
Daniel993
Sep 28 at 08:43
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'In my opinion, for beginners, it is better to choose a broker that has micro lots for lower risk and capital with good customer service to help during the initial stage. 

I suggest FP Markets because their micro lot account offers some of the lowest spreads, and their customer service is quick in answering clients' queries, even through emails and live chats.
Peterhandcomp
Sep 30 at 10:22
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There are several aspects to keep in mind while choosing a broker for the first time, but one thing that remains right at the top of the list is ‘reliability’. A broker has to be reliable in terms of offering trading conditions and withdrawals. That’s how a trader can think of going long-term with them.
Baccasa34
Oct 03 at 10:18
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Brokers serve traders with numerous trading facilities and they act as an intermediary. For both big and small investments, a secure broker is essential. Eurotrader is recognized as a secure broker. The broker is regulated by FSCA and offers all reliable trading platforms with flexible margin level and high trading leverage.
Imamul
Oct 04 at 04:09
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traders should choose the broker which always ensure security of funds with a wide range of trading technologies.
akevi
Oct 05 at 07:33
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I currently trade with an FP Markets Raw ECN account, where spreads on major pairs like EURUSD, JPYUSD, GBPUSD, and others start at 0.0pips, and I've had no problems with spread widening even during volatile market news. 
akevi
Oct 05 at 07:34
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'For newcomers, it is preferable to choose a broker that is regulated and provides a free demo account that does not expire soon, as well as proper customer service, because in the beginning, beginners will require assistance from customer service to resolve certain queries. 

I suggest my broker, FP Markets, because they have an excellent customer service team and their demo account expires only when not used for a certain period.'
Piffling
Oct 05 at 09:37
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New traders should check the regulations of brokers before anything else. After that comes the trading conditions. Brokers fulfilling both criteria include aaafx, fxtm and etoro. Newbies can start with any of these for just 10 bucks and test the trading conditions before going big.
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