my first broker are marketiva
my first broker are marketiva
Do you guys trade exactly with 1 broker or simultaneously with 2-3?
I was always under the impression that people that had multiple brokers and accounts were already throwing around 50K for a starting capital.
Good day blogger961..
Your wait is over!.. FXVV offers a lot of bonus and promotion. with their 1000:1 leverage and giving additional funds on your ACCOUNT.
im having good luck with Fxcm
I can suggest you Hotforex because Its such a nice broker so far .......
InstaForex! Fair spread, big profit, great support, awesome contests even for beginners!
I trade with Exness and I'm satisfied of the conditions! and best support ever! that is to much important for a woman
GFT for sure
When you ask 10 traders about their favourite brokers chances are you get at least 8 different replies. Reason is that these are just opinions and nothing else. I started trading at eToro and loved it even though there are many traders that hate this broker. Other recommend FXOpen for beginners. While I think this is a great broker I would not recommend it to beginners. But that's just my opinion.
I definitely recommend FXCM for a beginner. They have higher spreads, but the educational content is fantastic.
They also have a good platform to learn how to do manual trading.
I use Pepperstone now, but FXCM were really good when I started. They are also regulated.
I think every brokers has their own way for catching beginners and try the demo..
hope this site can help http://www.100forexbrokers.com/fsa-regulated-brokers
It's not bad to meet up with some bad brokers when you are a newbie. you will understand how important to choose a good broker.
Pepperstone all the way.
Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, coupled with fast, reliable execution and the lowest spreads of any broker I've seen so far. You can also gain access to naked ECN spreads via a commission based Razor account.
I do business with them personally and have been extremely satisfied with their trading conditions.
You also may want a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to maximize the speed of your order execution and give you an important edge. I use BeeksFx. Cross connected with Pepperstone's servers for an incredibly fast 0.5ms latency. This is a VPN company built specifically with traders in mind; I love them so.
But as trading is personal, then everyone will have their own favourite and their own oppinion. Two things you should consider when finding the one that suits you, is to please ensure they are well regulated, and that more often than not if they 'offer' bells and whistles then they most likely 'need' to offer bells and whistles for whatever reason. Research, validate then engage
hey , as you are just starting and if you think you are able to trade well it will be cool if you open a demo account at hotforex without charges or fees and if you will do well and be one of the winners of one of their demo contests you can get money on live account so you will trade without depositing money I think I will join Iread that they can give about 2000 usd
I think you are talking about the virtual to real demo contest! man its really worth a shot, though i do have my live account im still thinking of joining LOL