Which is the best forex broker to start Forex Trading?



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Which is the best forex broker to start Forex Trading?
Which is the best forex broker to start Forex Trading?

Best answer:

Answer by Smitage
MBTrading + JustPips signals = A nice trading combination. I’d recommend it.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!




9 Comments


  1. shuwat (November 3rd, 2013 at 9:24 pm)

    i have a tips for u

    1. Qualifications. Probably the most important thing of all is ensuring the Forex broker you use has the correct qualifications. Therefore, choose a broker registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM). This means that you have legal protection against any abusive trading practices and scams that may arise.

    2. Is the broker regulated? This means that when you sign up to use their services you will have protection and insurance against any internal fraud. Also, your funds will remain separate from the broker’s operating funds.

    All of them were 7 tips

  2. Dmemme (November 3rd, 2013 at 9:30 pm)

    I would suggest if you can afford the $ 250 opening deposit that you trade with IBFX. They are a great and honest broker. If you want to open an account for less money I would suggest you open an account with MasterForex. They open accounts instantly online and all countries are welcome there. Minimum deposit is $ 1 and pip spreads from 2 pips. They give out $ 100 monthly bonuses for trading a total of 10 lots or more in any given month. This is because unlike other brokers they only make money off the pip spreads so the more you trade the more they make. Then they reward you for being an active trader. The source below tells more about them and provides free trading signals and Forex indicators as well. Good luck.

  3. Markie (November 3rd, 2013 at 10:19 pm)

    hello
    i advise you check this site for good fx brokers to start trading
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    http://forexplatformslist.com
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    good luck

  4. sevenangels (November 3rd, 2013 at 10:43 pm)

    If you are a beginner, i suggest you to use Marketiva, which is a very good platform to start trading with and very easy to use.

    Marketiva gives you 5$ real to start trading so you don’t have to deposit and if you made profit from it you can cash out, this is why it’s very good for beginners. Their platform is very easy to use and they have support during trading hours.

    To open your account please visit http://www.marketiva.com/index.ncre?gid=3371

  5. Peter Fielding (November 3rd, 2013 at 11:20 pm)

    It all depend on what you want to trade?
    Forex you need to find a good ECN broker. For stocks, I am using e-trade.
    To trade for ex you need a good trading system. I am using the curencymeter

  6. Suzane P (November 3rd, 2013 at 11:33 pm)

    Hi there,

    One of the key things a forex trader has to do is make sure their broker is solvent and solid, otherwise, no smart forex trading will make a difference. Two main features on which a forex broker should be judged are:

    1. Reliability
    2. Leverage

    Most online forex brokers have practice or play money accounts that you can use to try them out. I suggest this, not just for practicing your forex trading, but also to get a good feel for the broker. Getting that right is nearly as important as your trades themselves.

  7. uya (November 4th, 2013 at 12:28 am)

    didn’t find any answer ?, you can find books, tutorial, video, chart, prediction about forex here:

    http://www.forex-tutorial.co.cc

  8. SS Fin (November 4th, 2013 at 1:18 am)

    I personally feel that Oanda and IBFX are among the better forex brokers.

  9. Forex Expert (November 4th, 2013 at 1:31 am)

    FXCM is best ,meta trader4 platform 50$ starting investment.


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