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Baldo (BaldoN)
Jul 24 2018 at 12:18
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Actually, this is not too hard. You just have to spend some time to make the needed comparisons between trading conditions of the preferred brokers. You have to compare their execution & agency models, account types, spreads, commissions, minimum deposit, leverages, and etc... When the comparison finishes, select the brokers with the best looking trading conditions and open demo accounts with them to try their systems. Additionally, you have to find some opinions for the preferred brokers in the internet / forums. Finally, qualify the broker with best trading conditions + best received opinions and keep trying it on demo. When you feel enough familiar with the broker, try it on live :)

Tiffany (TiffanyK)
Aug 03 2018 at 06:52
427个发言
Exactly my point. Forums like this one are very helpful to gather opinions for the broker... very necessary part of the broker research on my opinion, not the last instance of course, but still a certain source of some reliable info..

Accept the loss as experience
DFisher
Aug 03 2018 at 07:27
12个发言
BaldoN posted:
Actually, this is not too hard. You just have to spend some time to make the needed comparisons between trading conditions of the preferred brokers. You have to compare their execution & agency models, account types, spreads, commissions, minimum deposit, leverages, and etc... When the comparison finishes, select the brokers with the best looking trading conditions and open demo accounts with them to try their systems. Additionally, you have to find some opinions for the preferred brokers in the internet / forums. Finally, qualify the broker with best trading conditions + best received opinions and keep trying it on demo. When you feel enough familiar with the broker, try it on live :)

Good points, and also when you decide your broker then before going live with them it is a better idea to test them on their demo account.

FrozenIcecream
Aug 05 2018 at 05:46
8个发言
After demo test on live with very small Lots size. Sometimes the demo and the live accounts can behave totally differently

My7book
Aug 06 2018 at 12:49
13个发言
BaldoN posted:
Actually, this is not too hard. You just have to spend some time to make the needed comparisons between trading conditions of the preferred brokers. You have to compare their execution & agency models, account types, spreads, commissions, minimum deposit, leverages, and etc... When the comparison finishes, select the brokers with the best looking trading conditions and open demo accounts with them to try their systems. Additionally, you have to find some opinions for the preferred brokers in the internet / forums. Finally, qualify the broker with best trading conditions + best received opinions and keep trying it on demo. When you feel enough familiar with the broker, try it on live :)


This is just a perfect way to choose the best one. You don't have to trust someone to trade for you unless you know them as your own. I think the age of frauds has increased rapidly in this generation but you gotta follow this @BaldoN advice. Can't add anything better.

Baldo (BaldoN)
Aug 09 2018 at 12:56
522个发言
DFisher posted:
BaldoN posted:
Actually, this is not too hard. You just have to spend some time to make the needed comparisons between trading conditions of the preferred brokers. You have to compare their execution & agency models, account types, spreads, commissions, minimum deposit, leverages, and etc... When the comparison finishes, select the brokers with the best looking trading conditions and open demo accounts with them to try their systems. Additionally, you have to find some opinions for the preferred brokers in the internet / forums. Finally, qualify the broker with best trading conditions + best received opinions and keep trying it on demo. When you feel enough familiar with the broker, try it on live :)

Good points, and also when you decide your broker then before going live with them it is a better idea to test them on their demo account.

Indeed, but when you start testing them on demo, it is important to be patient and consistent. Many people, when see some profit at the last 2-3 days says: 'Omg, I am ready. I am starting on live now...' :D

Carlos (CarlosMZ)
Aug 09 2018 at 13:56
55个发言
BaldoN posted:
DFisher posted:
BaldoN posted:
Actually, this is not too hard. You just have to spend some time to make the needed comparisons between trading conditions of the preferred brokers. You have to compare their execution & agency models, account types, spreads, commissions, minimum deposit, leverages, and etc... When the comparison finishes, select the brokers with the best looking trading conditions and open demo accounts with them to try their systems. Additionally, you have to find some opinions for the preferred brokers in the internet / forums. Finally, qualify the broker with best trading conditions + best received opinions and keep trying it on demo. When you feel enough familiar with the broker, try it on live :)

Good points, and also when you decide your broker then before going live with them it is a better idea to test them on their demo account.

Indeed, but when you start testing them on demo, it is important to be patient and consistent. Many people, when see some profit at the last 2-3 days says: 'Omg, I am ready. I am starting on live now...' :D



Guys, in general I agree with you. But there are a few conditions that MUST be present for a demo test to be successful and to actually help with the learning.
1. Demo account MUST have the same trading conditions as live
2. Leverage and starting equity must be the same as you'd use once you move to a live account.
3. Strategies must factor in the slippage.

davidwatson
Aug 10 2018 at 07:31
16个发言

Indeed, but when you start testing them on demo, it is important to be patient and consistent. Many people, when see some profit at the last 2-3 days says: 'Omg, I am ready. I am starting on live now...' :D


Lol, I can relate to this, that was long back.
I agree with Carlos. Pretty good advice.

I feel that some brokers provide demo account which is very easy to make profits. Is that true?

Adribaasmet
Aug 12 2018 at 05:50
897个发言
davidwatson posted:

Indeed, but when you start testing them on demo, it is important to be patient and consistent. Many people, when see some profit at the last 2-3 days says: 'Omg, I am ready. I am starting on live now...' :D


Lol, I can relate to this, that was long back.
I agree with Carlos. Pretty good advice.

I feel that some brokers provide demo account which is very easy to make profits. Is that true?


Making profit in a long run is always difficult in everywhere (including demo).

ThirdBrainFx (thirdbrainsa)
Aug 12 2018 at 06:39
43个发言
Becarefull of the jungle or brokers....

By the past majority of them was only pure bullshit as they were playing in full b-book (all the little one did it) . Means they pushed you to lose all your account and did not send any trades to the real market.

A lot of them now are using Hybrid Model, means that some of your trades go the real market, other stay ln the black box of their tools like a 'demo'.

1 - Do their offer bonus?

If they offer bonuses: just go away. It's mean that they won't sell your order to the market. Do you believe that someone will give you money to trade ? are you a joker ? If you are naive. Just stop here. Naive wolf is a future dead one.

2 - Are they in or do they operate with a valid licence in USA, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore, Australia or in any WESTERN European country outside Malta and Cyprus and UK *?

If they are not in the list of the question 2-, don't even think to deposit money for a live account. Just go away. There are thousands of brokers - and serious ones - in the countries above, no reason to go anywhere else. Just avoid any small lost island as grenadine, san xxx or other exotic names. If you don't know the country, avoid, go away.

3 - How long the company is existing?

Take only companies with, at least, 5 years of existence with the 'TOP COUNTRIES' (Switzerland, USA, Australia, Japan, European outside Malta and Cyprus)

(* ) Malta and *Cyprus could be considered because they are 'MiFid' (European Regulation) but you need to have a strong proof of the existence of the company and ask for probe of assets. This companies, for me, needs to be in the market with 10 years of existence to have a level of security 'acceptable'. But if you have the choice, pick more outside Malta and Cyprus.

(*) UK was the country where binary options were born - more or less - and binary options is only gambling with the false promise of gain. You can't win. It's not done for that. Also UK has a very weak protection of customers. If you have the choice, prefer Swiss or European based companies or US ones or Australian's ones. Avoid New-Zealand ones which is an 'heaven' for small companies with very low cash-flow.

Never start with a young company in forex. NEVER !


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