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James_Bond
Nov 05 2012 at 15:06
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I think a broker is only good until it proves otherwise. It takes only one bad experience to go look for a different broker.

TheLastBear
Nov 05 2012 at 19:28
186 poster
Jaypipin posted:
Took me five, but im missing the point of this post... maybe a riddle to help spice up this potentially boring spat.

You put it on your food, can but rather not eaton on its own.
The latter runs down a stream and was featured as a name in a comical family from the dinosaur era


You don't have to see the point.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
TheLastBear
Nov 05 2012 at 19:29
186 poster
James_Bond posted:
I think a broker is only good until it proves otherwise. It takes only one bad experience to go look for a different broker.


Yes, I agree.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
David (RollingStones74)
Nov 09 2012 at 09:09
76 poster
My first broker is my current. Actually my experience in trading is quite small - I trade less than year... So I just keep on searching... By now I have quite good spread, great support team and the broker with a good reputation... The most important thing for me is fast withdrawing. It's actually automated.

If you want to end up with a nonaverage net worth, a “learn from someone else” attitude is paramount. Putting your ego aside and admitting that you don’t know it all isn’t easy, but it is the mindset of true winner ----Paul Tudor Jones.
brokersstaragent
Nov 12 2012 at 10:24
29 poster
Support and easy withdrawal and deposit of funds should be the three things no top of the list.

The Fine Art of Investment
TheLastBear
Nov 13 2012 at 11:55
186 poster
RollingStones74 posted:
My first broker is my current. Actually my experience in trading is quite small - I trade less than year... So I just keep on searching... By now I have quite good spread, great support team and the broker with a good reputation... The most important thing for me is fast withdrawing. It's actually automated.


Yes, sounds good. I would recommend that you stay with the broker that makes you happy and satisfies what you are looking for. There is no need to change away from a broker you like trading with. As we say, if it's not broke don't fix it :)

Pax puts the X in Forex.
TheLastBear
Nov 13 2012 at 11:57
186 poster
brokersstaragent posted:
Support and easy withdrawal and deposit of funds should be the three things no top of the list.


Yes, I agree. I would add spreads and lack of re-quotes as well as slippage to make it a top six list.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
David (RollingStones74)
Nov 14 2012 at 03:10
76 poster
TheLastBear posted:
As we say, if it's not broke don't fix it :)


Good point :) But what do you think about people who trades with a few brokers in the same time? Does it have any reason (like having by some brokers special conditions, which are not available by another's - like PAMM for example)?

If you want to end up with a nonaverage net worth, a “learn from someone else” attitude is paramount. Putting your ego aside and admitting that you don’t know it all isn’t easy, but it is the mindset of true winner ----Paul Tudor Jones.
TheLastBear
Nov 15 2012 at 15:21
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RollingStones74 posted:
TheLastBear posted:
As we say, if it's not broke don't fix it :)


Good point :) But what do you think about people who trades with a few brokers in the same time? Does it have any reason (like having by some brokers special conditions, which are not available by another's - like PAMM for example)?


Well, I think it is normal to trade with more than one broker. Most of the time all brokers a trader uses have similar conditions and are used for different strategies or other preferences by the trader.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
David (RollingStones74)
Nov 16 2012 at 06:33
76 poster
TheLastBear posted:
Well, I think it is normal to trade with more than one broker. Most of the time all brokers a trader uses have similar conditions and are used for different strategies or other preferences by the trader.


yeah you may be right... I just think that`s hard to handle not the only one strategy, because you must be good in a lot of issues)

If you want to end up with a nonaverage net worth, a “learn from someone else” attitude is paramount. Putting your ego aside and admitting that you don’t know it all isn’t easy, but it is the mindset of true winner ----Paul Tudor Jones.
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