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Which Broker to choose for US resident?

hjacob
Apr 10 2017 at 08:42
30 ieraksti
You can refer to this list mention on babypips (https://forums.babypips.com/forex-brokers/36221-going-offshore-escape-cftc.html ) to find the brokers that accept US clients.

forxprotrade
Apr 19 2017 at 08:47
6 ieraksti
Yes, tallinex has stopped accepting US clients in fact they sold their US clients Capital City Markets (CCM). And indeed this babypips link is very useful, you will come across very good offshore brokers having good reviews and offering trading conditions suitable to your trading styles.

paulorfo (paulorfo)
Feb 13 at 20:16
5 ieraksti
togr posted:
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)


US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr



I have the same problem. As a foreigner living in the US, I’m trying to figure it out if I can open an account with a broker that usually does not accept US residents.
Before doing that it’s important to find out how I’m supposed to pay tax on both countries.
I’m trying to find a professional who could answer some of my questions.
Does anyone know someone??

turnipfollow
Feb 20 at 09:15
27 ieraksti
paulorfo posted:
togr posted:
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)


US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr



I have the same problem. As a foreigner living in the US, I’m trying to figure it out if I can open an account with a broker that usually does not accept US residents.
Before doing that it’s important to find out how I’m supposed to pay tax on both countries.
I’m trying to find a professional who could answer some of my questions.
Does anyone know someone??

There are not many good offshore brokers that accept clients from literally everywhere.

irkedduff
Feb 20 at 11:36
26 ieraksti
turnipfollow posted:
paulorfo posted:
togr posted:
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)


US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr



I have the same problem. As a foreigner living in the US, I’m trying to figure it out if I can open an account with a broker that usually does not accept US residents.
Before doing that it’s important to find out how I’m supposed to pay tax on both countries.
I’m trying to find a professional who could answer some of my questions.
Does anyone know someone??

There are not many good offshore brokers that accept clients from literally everywhere.

Yea offshore brokers are a good choice as long as they are regulated.

turnipfollow
Feb 22 at 09:43
27 ieraksti
irkedduff posted:
turnipfollow posted:
paulorfo posted:
togr posted:
BoneTrader posted:
Hi,

I've moved to USA couple of months ago and hope will stay here for a long term.

I wish to trade on Forex and as I know there are som especial regulations regarding US residents trading on Forex, so which broker should I look at, or maybe there is some good topic regarding Forex Trading for US residents that I ought to read?

Thanks for your help in advance, have Happy New Year!

P.S. Are here any traders from USA? :)


US brokers sucks
If you moved to US why dont you use your previous country to find proper broekr



I have the same problem. As a foreigner living in the US, I’m trying to figure it out if I can open an account with a broker that usually does not accept US residents.
Before doing that it’s important to find out how I’m supposed to pay tax on both countries.
I’m trying to find a professional who could answer some of my questions.
Does anyone know someone??

There are not many good offshore brokers that accept clients from literally everywhere.

Yea offshore brokers are a good choice as long as they are regulated.

I agree, regulations are there for our own good. I have been using 2 offshore (regulated ofcourse) brokers for a year now, quite satisfied with their trader-friendly policies. I have been referring them to all my friends, fxview and swissquote.

terylewasia
Mar 16 at 10:56
13 ieraksti
You should go with a platform that provides tight spreads and offers low commissions.

fredafernandez
Mar 25 at 05:31
16 ieraksti
You can try some offshore brokers too for trading from anywhere in the world.

tiahshermack
Mar 30 at 06:41
15 ieraksti
Did you give a thought to selecting offshore brokerage? I guess it’ll suit you better since you can benefit from the high leverage, no FIFO rule, diversified card deposit options, hedging and scalping trading, and finally an option to trade with the help of EA. All these aren’t permitted in the US. Some of the licensed brokers you can trade with can be IG, ICM, and admiral markets.

anneyates
Apr 13 at 10:15
14 ieraksti
There is also an option to trade with offshore brokers if they are offering quality services and conditions. The best thing is that they usually accept clients from everywhere.

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