Brick_56 posted: No doubt Cysec license is good but it doesn’t mean all cysec regulated brokers are good. You’ll need to test if their trading conditions fit your range. Plus, normally known brokers have multiple licenses, commonly in hand with FCA for UK or ASIC for Australia. My advice is to select some brokers of your choice, test with the list of your checklist and decide to proportionate the accounts with brokers. I’ve also diversified my funds with pepperstone, hfx, IG and fxview. Just give your efforts and you’ll be good to go.
I am looking for a platform that is easy to use and does not charge any hidden fees. Of course low coomissions would be a plus. Any recommendations from your list? TIA.
If you're around EU then fxview, if ASIC is your suit then pepperstone is good. For trading platforms they have metatrader like most of the forex brokers, so you can go either for mt4 or mt5 whatever you like, metatrader is quite easy to use.
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