I remember I watched some webinars as it was kinda interesting to me what sort of information is being explained there. ofc, there was something to say more, but anyway, broker is cool as it provides traders with such opportunity. I don't know whether webinars are run these days, but in the past they took place.
XavierSA posted: I had no idea about M4Markets before I started trading here. Oh, I am lying, nowadays I am investing =) Still i have some questions and want geeks to answer one of them: which account types is the best for investing on, for example, W1 timeframe?
You can use any account to invest on the W timeframe. It’s highly advisable to decrease your leverage as much as possible. As a rule, smaller leverage requires bigger margin, but it allows not to care about pullbacks. Investors usually use small leverage or invest without leverage at all. On the other hand, nothing forbids you to invest with high leverage. In this case, you need to enter the market under the best possible conditions, nearly bottom, which is not always possible, especially with higher leverage.
Making a Standard M4Market accounts especially for trading shares because the commissions for shares trading is the same on all of the three accounts are available. So what’s the point in pay more if the conditions are the same.
I had no idea about M4Markets before I started trading here. Oh, I am lying, nowadays I am investing =) Still i have some questions and want geeks to answer one of them: which account types is the best for investing on, for example, W1 timeframe?
WelfVolf posted: What's type of account you can advise me as for a beginner? Underline some advantages of the particular type, please.
I guess a demo account maybe. Advantages: - it’s free. you can trade there without depositing a single penny. - it has all the same features of a real account. Usually you can choose the trading conditions for a demo account. Tweak the leverage, the deposit amount, trading platform and so on and so forth. - if you have no trading experience whatsoever. Demo account will give you the basic knowledge and understanding of how trading works. At the very least you will learn how to place an order and what is the difference between pending orders. - last but not least you can craft your own trading routine on a demo account. If you trade long enough, you will be able to understand what’s better for you personally in terms of trading approach. The point is take your time and don’t rush into a live account immediately.
Great leverage for currency pairs of 1:1000. I’m tired of those brokers that do not allow big leverages and set them at 1:200 or lower levels. Plus a standard account doesn’t have the infamous commissions per trades, which I personally dislike. So if you ask me for an advice I would tell you to take a Standard M4Market account. The two rest are not so appealing.
M4markets Raw account has a genuinely tightest spreads. If you’re skeptical I recommend you to monitor the broker’s spreads on the website. They are below market average. Some of you can be scared off by a commission for trades, however I dare you to compare the commissions of other forex brokers. You’ll discover that $3.5 is very cheap.
All my friends recommend this broker to me. They talk about high-quality services and vast opportunities. That's fine, but none of them know answer to my question :) I am already experienced trader and would like to attract investors to increase my trading volume. Can this broker offer special solutions for me?
This is list of bonuses I found from broker. In addition to standard conditions, company offers some promotions. They may be available for clients 1. Credit Bonus. A confirmed account can get a 50% discount. 2. Refer a Friend. For each friend, who joins broker, trader gets income. 3. Wheel of Fortune. Every month broker draws prize at random 4. MENA Live Competition. An opportunity to win trip to Mecca It's nice when broker propose good offers.
It seems to me the broker is perfect for beginners. They took care of the availability of training materials for traders, such as ebooks, financial news, webinars. As for the trading platform, I think everything is clear from the name of the company. In addition to MT4, there is MT5.
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