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naascott posted: Yea, I use Think or Swim's platform (Td Ameriatrade) for analysis. One of the main things I appreciate about TW is being able to hedge a position as a US-based trader.
I will check out Alpari. Do you know if they allow being long/short simultaneously?
I have also wanted to play around with MT5, so might be a good thing
I am using alpari UK and also have withdrawal fee, but because my bank account is at Europe, I only pay 5 GBP. I don't use edge orders but as far as I know is possible at alpari UK. My style of analysis is without indicators, I only use wave counting & fibos. And for that I use prorealtime, it's free for intraday forex , and I really love the way I can manipulate the chart. Also has a real great future that is using any number of ticks chart or any time period.
yea, it seems most popular indicators are completely based on trying to indicate price in a linear fashion where markets are non-linear. Fibs and harmonics, confluence, support resistance, seem to be a more reliable approach.
Just sharing my experience with Traders Way. The pricing as been great and the features of cTrader but I have had two different issues with being grossly miss-priced and filled. The first was 18 pips on a slow moving pair which they fixed and the second was being filled 38 pips and 75 pips away from the price my US broker had at the same time. This time the response was their liquidity problem and I was filled correctly. So my advice be careful with your pending orders. You might get bad pricing that doesn't get fixed.
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