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jasonrogers (jasonrogers)
Feb 10 2015 at 21:02
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medisoft posted:
jasonrogers posted:

@medisoft it may please you to know that FXCM now offers non-US clients the option of depositing and withdrawing funds via Skrill. If you deposited $100 via Skrill and made $16 profit, you would then be able to withdraw the full $116 by Skrill.


That's good news, looking for the option in my fxcm page, I can't see it, so there is some problem.



Note that Skrill deposits are not available to FXCM US accounts. However, if you have an FXCM UK account, then you should see Skrill as a deposit option on MyFXCM.com. If you deposit via Skrill, you can make future withdrawals via Skrill.

jasonrogers (jasonrogers)
Feb 10 2015 at 21:42
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Irishmist posted:
jasonrogers posted:
EDFx1 posted:
Horrible spreads, undesirable trading conditions.


@EDFx1 below is a spread comparison of US brokers that includes commissions. Click here for the live table: https://www.myfxbook.com/forex-broker-spreads





As you can see above, even when you include commissions, FXCM's spreads are very competitive. In regards to trading conditions, on our No Dealing Desk (NDD) forex execution, each of your orders is offset one-for-one with the best prices from multiple competing liquidity providers.

That means FXCM does not profit from your losses or lose from your profits. Instead we make money from your trading volume. Below are the key benefits from our NDD model:

* Anonymous order execution (price providers cannot see your stops, limits, or entry orders)
* No trading conflict of interest between broker and trader
* No re-quotes; no dealer intervention
* No restrictions on the strategy you use (scalp, trade the news, use any EA)
* Potential Price Improvements on all order types: https://bit.ly/16Z5Za2


No one doubts you have beaten the retail FX market by a long shot on the new business model structure. The margins are too high now to trade the same amount we need to find 4 x the am amount of money to generate the same volume and amount of pips scalping.

Why would you raise the margins across the board instead of looking at where the clients have the most excessive weighted exposure and adjusting the margins according to risk.



When you look at the changes we made to margin requirements, they fall into three different categories: 1. Some of the changes we made were required by regulators, and therefore we had to comply with these changes. 2. When you look at emerging market currencies, the banks and our liquidity providers were raising margin requirements to eliminate any potential risk of large gaps. 3. Previously liquid Western country currencies, like the DKK or CHF, which now carry risk because they are manipulated currencies, have become less liquid.

The emails we sent to our clients with information about the new margin requirements mentioned that these changes may be temporary depending upon market conditions. I'll let you know more information as I receive it in terms of if/when margin requirements may be lowered.

medisoft (medisoft)
Feb 11 2015 at 17:53
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jasonrogers posted:
medisoft posted:
jasonrogers posted:

@medisoft it may please you to know that FXCM now offers non-US clients the option of depositing and withdrawing funds via Skrill. If you deposited $100 via Skrill and made $16 profit, you would then be able to withdraw the full $116 by Skrill.


That's good news, looking for the option in my fxcm page, I can't see it, so there is some problem.



Note that Skrill deposits are not available to FXCM US accounts. However, if you have an FXCM UK account, then you should see Skrill as a deposit option on MyFXCM.com. If you deposit via Skrill, you can make future withdrawals via Skrill.


My account is on fxcm.co.uk, but I can't see that option....

jasonrogers (jasonrogers)
Feb 12 2015 at 00:16
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medisoft posted:
jasonrogers posted:
medisoft posted:
jasonrogers posted:

@medisoft it may please you to know that FXCM now offers non-US clients the option of depositing and withdrawing funds via Skrill. If you deposited $100 via Skrill and made $16 profit, you would then be able to withdraw the full $116 by Skrill.


That's good news, looking for the option in my fxcm page, I can't see it, so there is some problem.



Note that Skrill deposits are not available to FXCM US accounts. However, if you have an FXCM UK account, then you should see Skrill as a deposit option on MyFXCM.com. If you deposit via Skrill, you can make future withdrawals via Skrill.


My account is on fxcm.co.uk, but I can't see that option....


Please try refreshing the webpage to make sure you're loading the latest information, since Skrill was only added as a deposit option recently. If you still don't see Skrill on MyFXCM.com, then please send me a private message with your account details. I'll check the settings for you.

medisoft (medisoft)
Feb 12 2015 at 02:24
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Ok, I see the skrill logo on deposit, and I think I should need to make a deposit with skrill to be able to withdraw with skrill, isn't it?

At the moment I can't see the withdrawal method.

jasonrogers (jasonrogers)
Feb 12 2015 at 23:14
272 poster
medisoft posted:
Ok, I see the skrill logo on deposit, and I think I should need to make a deposit with skrill to be able to withdraw with skrill, isn't it?

At the moment I can't see the withdrawal method.


@medisoft I'm glad you can now see the Skrill deposit option when you login into MyFXCM.com. You are correct that you must first deposit via Skrill in order to be able to withdraw via Skrill in the future.

Note that the website is still being updated to display the Skrill withdrawal option. If you need to make a Skrill withdrawal before the update is complete, you can still do so by emailing the details of your withdrawal request to admin@fxcm.com.

Ms Ushakova
nushakov (nushakov)
Apr 09 2015 at 06:30
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Absolutely disgusting broker. Their MT4 hangs all the time during relatively active market. During news it is just dead!!! Today at FOMC time my MT4 hanged for 7 minutes!!!!!!! 7 minutes!!!! I closed and reopened it few times- it was dead!! After 7 min eventually it started working. Good thing, they have online web trading station, so I logged in quickly and close my deals though not at optimal moment. And if you usually use MT4, this station is not convenient at all, it is just for critical moments, at least to close deals... Also their spreads are high and they are very volatile, jump like crazy. I still have not closed my account because I have some good history and want to show it to potential investors.... I believe with other broker my results would be much more impressive

jasonrogers (jasonrogers)
Apr 09 2015 at 22:50
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nushakov posted:
Absolutely disgusting broker. Their MT4 hangs all the time during relatively active market. During news it is just dead!!! Today at FOMC time my MT4 hanged for 7 minutes!!!!!!! 7 minutes!!!! I closed and reopened it few times- it was dead!! After 7 min eventually it started working. Good thing, they have online web trading station, so I logged in quickly and close my deals though not at optimal moment. And if you usually use MT4, this station is not convenient at all, it is just for critical moments, at least to close deals... Also their spreads are high and they are very volatile, jump like crazy. I still have not closed my account because I have some good history and want to show it to potential investors.... I believe with other broker my results would be much more impressive


Hi Nushakov,

If you're implying that the freezing of your MT4 platform is something deliberate on our part, then you would be mistaken. The fact that the Trading Station Web platform worked for you on the same account is proof of this. However, our tech support team would happy to help you determine the actual cause of the issues you have on MT4.

Below are two recent examples of traders who had problems with MT4 that our tech specialists were able to solve:
- https://bit.ly/1IOWkFV
- https://bit.ly/1as4xEF

I am confident we can help you as well. 😄

It's worth noting that on our No Dealing Desk (NDD) forex execution model, FXCM makes money from your trading volume, so we want you to be able to place your orders. Furthermore, since FXCM offsets each of your orders one-for-one with the best prices from competing liquidity providers, we don't profit from your losses or lose from your profits. Therefore, we want you to be profitable so you will continue trading. I'm to hear you have a good history with us.

In regards to our spreads, it's important to keep in mind that these prices are determined by competition for multiple liquidity providers, and your orders will be filled at the best available. While spreads can widen during news events, this is not specific to FXCM but the reality of trading in markets during volatile times. In fact, the live spread table here on Myfxbook shows that our spreads are very competitive: https://www.myfxbook.com/forex-broker-spreads

cylaipro (cylaipro)
Apr 22 2015 at 07:07
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pathfinda
May 28 2015 at 07:07
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I am trading with FXCM for 6 months. I don't have any issues with them or FXCM trading station, which I prefer to MT4 platform. Other than that I would like to say, that I hope they manage to normalize their future and stay one of the best forex brokers.

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