As each trader can have unique need in forex, what a trader loves with borrowed funds may not be a good alternative for the others. I don't favor that beginners should go with levered funds as borrowed money can possess higher trading risks.
Broker with big leverage can't be done in UK cause it's simply non existent for many many reasons out there and you should take some more into the account of such. You need to deal with the one who really have some regulations and those are with lowest leverage.
Kalestont posted: Broker with big leverage can't be done in UK cause it's simply non existent for many many reasons out there and you should take some more into the account of such. You need to deal with the one who really have some regulations and those are with lowest leverage.
I agree with you, but this can change after the UK comes out completely with the European Union
In Forex trading, for making profit very rapidly we traders are extremely dependable on high leverage. In order to my trading experience , I think before trading with high leverage we the traders have know to manage risk.
I personally don’t think it is safe to look for high leverage as it is very risky and most of the fraudsters offer high leverage that would simply make it difficult to analyze with traders is safe and legitimate. For me leverage of 1:100 to 1:200 is appropriate that would keep me out of risks.
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