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Bonus and Brokers

TradeHut
Feb 11 at 12:32
31 inlägg
desertdye posted:
You can always try a micro or demo account with a broker to see how their platform works and what services they’re offering.

Yeah, a demo account is a beneficial way to know about the trading platform as well as it also helps in making you familiar about the market.


Daniel993
Feb 12 at 14:15
38 inlägg
I prefer trading with a regulated broker that is reliable than trading with a broker that offers a bonus. Because brokers that offer bonus are most likely to be scammers that use bonuses as a trick to lure in traders.

MuhamadRazak
Feb 12 at 14:46
2 inlägg
Im trading with M4Markets right now because they offer a 50% credit bonus. So basically for every deposit I make they give me 50% so I can open bigger trades with less capital.

vontogr (togr)
Feb 12 at 14:50
4862 inlägg
MuhamadRazak posted:
Im trading with M4Markets right now because they offer a 50% credit bonus. So basically for every deposit I make they give me 50% so I can open bigger trades with less capital.

You cant
As at the moment you would need bonus to cover the DD it will be cancelled
The stop-out level is the amount of the bonus and the account equity cannot go under the
bonus awarded initially. For example, if your initial deposit was $1,000 and the bonus awarded
was $500, raising your account equity to $1,500, the stop-out level will be $500 if you lose.
Therefore, you will reach the initial bonus which had been credited to your account and the
bonus will be automatically removed from your account
Moreover it does not work on mt4 nor for Europe nor for China
The Promotion’s conditions:
1. Only applicable to verified clients of M4Markets trading on the MT5 trading platform.
2. Clients from China and Europe are excluded from this promotion.

It is actually good thing to read terms...

Bradley88
Feb 17 at 14:10
37 inlägg
'I consider trading with brokers that do not offer any bonuses because i find those brokers that offer bonuses are most likely to be scammers that use bonus as a method to lure in traders.

 I trade with FP Markets an ASIC regulated broker that is reliable because it has been active for over 15 years and has some of the lowest spreads and commission cost.'

LyudmilLukanov
Feb 17 at 17:32
670 inlägg
MuhamadRazak posted:
Im trading with M4Markets right now because they offer a 50% credit bonus. So basically for every deposit I make they give me 50% so I can open bigger trades with less capital.

Is it withdrawable? Most of the time, brokers offer non withdrawable fund.

Jude_craig
Feb 18 at 10:27
71 inlägg
Daniel993 posted:
I prefer trading with a regulated broker that is reliable than trading with a broker that offers a bonus. Because brokers that offer bonus are most likely to be scammers that use bonuses as a trick to lure in traders.

Have you personally had any experience of that sort ?

RobSchiz
Nov 07 at 19:22
473 inlägg
Bradley88 posted:
'I consider trading with brokers that do not offer any bonuses because i find those brokers that offer bonuses are most likely to be scammers that use bonus as a method to lure in traders.

 I trade with FP Markets an ASIC regulated broker that is reliable because it has been active for over 15 years and has some of the lowest spreads and commission cost.'

Is it reliable?

GordonDenzil
Nov 16 at 09:30
37 inlägg
I prefer trading with brokers that do not have any bonus offers because brokers that offer bonuses are scammers or market makers.

The best choice of brokers to trade would be properly regulated brokers with minimum opening balance and good customer services.

Seb King (sebking1986)
Nov 16 at 10:56
161 inlägg
I don't even give brokers who offer bouses a second look. They are not casinos so why are they acting like them? They encourage poor trading practice and prey on those with low capital and in desperate positions.

If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
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