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marco_mmbiz
Jun 30 2020 at 11:53
333 poster
The broker you're looking for should definitely have an NFA license (or IFSC if you use a Caribbean one). All other regulations (like FSA, FSC, ASIC, FCA, ...) are not for US traders.

patience is the key
christielowe
Jul 02 2020 at 11:10
27 poster
Every broker has its own advantages and disadvantages. While choosing the best Broker, it is best to consider the regulation, price, and the level of security they are providing you with. You can try following reliable FOREX brokers:
E-Trade
FXview
IG

So, before hopping on various platforms, create a strategy along with your budget in terms of investment.

ReaderTrimble33
Jul 03 2020 at 12:53
7 poster
As a trader, you may have specific needs, to be honest, you must keep it on top of your priority while searching a decent broker to trade with. Coinexx, Fidelity, and XTB are on top of my list.

SofieAndreasen
Sep 28 2020 at 01:03
226 poster
Most of the broker don’t accept US trader. However, try to find Cysec regulated broker.

LyudmilLukanov
Oct 03 2020 at 17:19
201 poster
Roberto21 posted:
before choosing a broker its more appropriate
 to trade with a small account to see the real performance of any broker.

You are right. But I recommend demo account for testing broker platform.

SofieAndreasen
Oct 17 2020 at 17:41
226 poster
LyudmilLukanov posted:
Roberto21 posted:
before choosing a broker its more appropriate
 to trade with a small account to see the real performance of any broker.

You are right. But I recommend demo account for testing broker platform.

For safety you should check regulation and license. With demo account you can test their services and platform.

mitchelstrack
Nov 09 2020 at 10:16
26 poster
I have been hearing a lot about auto trading. A few friends have also made some good profits out of it. I want to know how you guys pre-set your trading rules. Is there a particular book for it?

Breonnataylor
Nov 09 2020 at 12:47
22 poster
All brokers have their own pros and cons. It is up to you what you expect your broker to provide you with.

Garrywilson
Nov 12 2020 at 05:08
30 poster
You won’t necessarily need a US specific broker. You can also make use of some offshore brokers who have better services and are reputed. Just make sure the broker you trade with has everything you are looking for.

Mitchelsantner
Nov 12 2020 at 06:38
32 poster
Every broker is different in terms of the experiences of traders. It should fulfil the expectations of a trader and provide good services.

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