As far as I understand, the company is obliged to provide license numbers with reference to the regulators. it can be easily checked in just a few minutes on specialized sites. If everything is OK, you can work, if not - you should look at the company more seriously, there may be problems.
Choosing a right broker is very important in forex market as it is a decentralised market. While choosing a broker, we must check the broker is A book or B book.So, I personally think one should STP brokers. After checking the broker type, the most important thing to be checked is the Spreads broker is providing along with the commission charged on the trades. We should look for a broker who provides raw spreads along with ULTRA LOW commission as it is the rare combination available and are the best kind of brokers.
If the broker is regulated, you will see all the documents with all the confirmations, etc., which can be checked through official sources. And you just need to be more careful about what you use and how.
For brokers, I seek three things: regulations, trading conditions and pricing. I don't see any point to trade with brokers if these three things does not meet.
I have opened some accounts over years and have split the funds to few brokers, not to mention I'm still very open to competitive broker be it old or new. Currently my main accounts in order including pepperstone, hotforex, IG, fxview. It's possible to find good broker for yourself if you're good in online research, and try to avoid following popular suggestion, my piece of advice.
when choosing a broker first of all we the traders have to make sure the lowest trading spreads, because the trading spreads can affect the result of our trading with certainly and from all trading instruments spreads is mainly considered as an important financial tool which an investor should consider when choosing a broker.
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