we the traders should choose the broker which is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used , if love doing scalping should choose the broker which allows trading concepts such as this.
While choosing a new broker, I look into the pairs they offer, their pricing and execution speed. For this, I generally rely on live trading conditions because I know that the results on a demo differs largely from the live account. Currently I’m trading with Coinexx only after testing them on a micro account. Seems to be good.
I think there would be a lot of reasons to potentially move. If the previous broker disappointed me in any way, for example, by dealing out bad customer service, problems with my account, hearing that others are having withdrawal problems or dealing with it personally, and the list goes on. Another good time to switch is if you realize you're getting a bad deal. There are so many brokers out there, so if yours is charging $7 a withdrawal, high spreads and costs, inactivity fees, or anything similar then why wouldn't you switch?
Choosing a new broker isn't a very pleasant process, however it matters a lot for a trader. All people like to work when they are provided with awesome conditions. If we speka about ordinary people, then they just seek for these conditions and as a rule employer provides them with these conditions, while for a trader it's the hardest task. Nobody will provide you with something that you want until you find a broker which will offer the conditions which will suit your needs. The vast majority of traders are tired of searching for a proper broker, and they give up the whole idea of trading, because they can't find a proper one.
Some reviews are fake so even reviews are not a sure way to find a good broker but it is better than nothing. With any new broker I would always make a small deposit first and trade for a month to see how good they are
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