I suggest FP markets since their spreads are some of the lowest compared to other brokers, EURUSD for example, is 0.0pips for most parts of the day and their commission charges are very competitive too.
there is such an option as Amarkets, I myself have been working with them for a long time, the commissions are minimal, and there are absolutely no replenishments, can you try this option, or have you already found some?
I guess you should choose the broker by yourself mainly because it will be much easier for you to find a broker which will suit your needs. Every trader has its own needs and requirements to particular brokers. On forums you can get lots of advice regarding brokers, however you should feel by yourself every broker which might seem to attractive. To my mind, it's like a training before starting trading activity. It trains your patience and ability to wait for the best, because trading implies such characteristics. Without them it will be very difficult for you to become successful and earn solid sums of money.
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