Which platform to use?

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Old Jan 6, 2018, 10:44am   #9
 
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The US platforms mostly expect to be paid and offer little more of any value. New add-ons and must haves are for extra lolly of course.
MT4/5 is free and good value but not so flashy.
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Old Jan 6, 2018, 1:38pm   #10
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okay reading above all the conversation now i am clear with the fact that it is necessary to have the platform for trading.But IT Would be very helpful if you can brief me on everything.
brief you on EVERYTHING?

try here...

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/new-...re-broker.html
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Old Jan 10, 2018, 11:33pm   #11
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MT4/MT5, cTrader, NinjaTrader,... and so on. I prefer MT4 because it's the most popular platform in this world and millions traders are using (most at forex brokers).
I could not agree more, the Mt4 is user friendly and can easily be navigated during usage. I know the more recent updates of platforms got great features, but sometimes it is best we start from what is known for readily available aids.
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Old Jan 11, 2018, 4:07pm   #12
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MT4/MT5, cTrader, NinjaTrader,... and so on. I prefer MT4 because it's the most popular platform in this world and millions traders are using (most at forex brokers).
As far as I know Ninja Trader is good one for the start up newbies.
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Old Feb 9, 2018, 2:13pm   #13
 
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I could not agree more, the Mt4 is user friendly and can easily be navigated during usage. I know the more recent updates of platforms got great features, but sometimes it is best we start from what is known for readily available aids.
I completely agree with you. That it is better to use the simplest trading platform for your start. I have this in mind. Its simplicity is that the AI robot for forex trading is used - it is a fully automated trading solution that will allow an average of 0.38% of the daily average or up to 10% of the monthly profit.
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Old Feb 10, 2018, 5:23pm   #14
 
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I use Mt4 platform here
https://www.forexee.com/en
It’s a reliable European ECN broker. The website is very convenient, it provides you with analytics and with the opportunity to try trading signals for free. The withdrawals are rather quick and usually take no more than 5 working days. The only downside I faced so far is the complicated registration process. But I coped with it)
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