Which broker to choose from metadrader

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Old Oct 17, 2016, 9:23am   #31
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Still waiting. KPMG are really slow. Much too slow for an international company. I don't suppose they will even offer some interest. Maybe there is some authority to kick their backsides ??
What are deadlines for returning money to the clients in such bankruptcy processes? Have you read about that?
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Old Oct 17, 2016, 5:58pm   #32
 
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What are deadlines for returning money to the clients in such bankruptcy processes? Have you read about that?
Good question. Anyone know ?
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Old Jan 9, 2017, 3:25am   #33
 
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There over a 1000 brokers to choose from metatrader 4

Which broker is the most reliable and how would i be able to search which one suits me best.
Hello. Currently there are many brokers in the market, so to be able to choose a best broker I would consider three factors which are services, software and price. These factors are very important in my decision to select broker transactions. I also traded through brokers like FxPro, FXCM, fxtm ... good software but they have extremely bad service, then I traded in some other broker but finally after some broker hands I selected substantially Teletrade. Perhaps it is less prestigious but its support services is the number 1, not including software and also stable. Although little-known but I found it really good if you want to participate in the transaction. This is just my own opinion, hope it helps you. Thank you
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Old Jan 17, 2017, 7:25am   #34
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Hello. Currently there are many brokers in the market, so to be able to choose a best broker I would consider three factors which are services, software and price. These factors are very important in my decision to select broker transactions. I also traded through brokers like FxPro, FXCM, fxtm ... good software but they have extremely bad service, then I traded in some other broker but finally after some broker hands I selected substantially Teletrade. Perhaps it is less prestigious but its support services is the number 1, not including software and also stable. Although little-known but I found it really good if you want to participate in the transaction. This is just my own opinion, hope it helps you. Thank you
Teletrade is a Russian scam which lure traders posting recruiting adds like " analysts wanted" while forcing them to trade their accounts to prove their qualification. what are you talking about dude?
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Old Feb 8, 2017, 7:30am   #35
 
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I am trying Tickmill.
Being the cautious type concerning my money I like the fact that it has proper regulation. I don't really know how good others are though e.g. Cysec from Cyprus.
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Old Feb 8, 2017, 7:48pm   #36
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Anyone experience with Phillip Capital?
I used them in the past for futures trading, i would think they would be a honest and good FX broker since they are a well known company in the financial world.
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Old Feb 9, 2017, 7:23pm   #37
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Anyone experience with Phillip Capital?
I used them in the past for futures trading, i would think they would be a honest and good FX broker since they are a well known company in the financial world.
Name looks solid but research shows there is too little positive feedback on them. Maybe you can give it a try with 100-200$ but I wouldn't risk more to test waters.
Instead you can also consider established brokers like Tickmill, Hanseatic or Нotforex. They are best choice for CFD's and spot forex in my view.
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Old Feb 9, 2017, 8:13pm   #38
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Name looks solid but research shows there is too little positive feedback on them. Maybe you can give it a try with 100-200$ but I wouldn't risk more to test waters.
Instead you can also consider established brokers like Tickmill, Hanseatic or Нotforex. They are best choice for CFD's and spot forex in my view.
Those are 3 brokers i would never choose
The reason i am interested in them is because their very solid brand/name and their very honest approach regarding their execution policy etc.
And i prefer brokers who do not directly take the other side of my trade, aka brokers who do not profit from my loss or lose from my wins.
PhillipCapital does take the other side of their clients trade but they neutralize their exposure by taking on another trade from the same size, in the other direction as mine with their liquidity providers.
So they are a so called market neutral broker
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Those are 3 brokers i would never choose
The reason i am interested in them is because their very solid brand/name and their very honest approach regarding their execution policy etc.
And i prefer brokers who do not directly take the other side of my trade, aka brokers who do not profit from my loss or lose from my wins.
PhillipCapital does take the other side of their clients trade but they neutralize their exposure by taking on another trade from the same size, in the other direction as mine with their liquidity providers.
So they are a so called market neutral broker
Its called hybrid model broker. I have same type of execution with Нotforex and Tickmill as its the only way they can offer access to trading with such low trading costs.
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Its called hybrid model broker. I have same type of execution with Нotforex and Tickmill as its the only way they can offer access to trading with such low trading costs.
A hybrid model is not the same as a market neutral model.
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Teletrade is a Russian scam which lure traders posting recruiting adds like " analysts wanted" while forcing them to trade their accounts to prove their qualification. what are you talking about dude?
I don't think so, maybe in your country Teletrade is not good but in my country Teletrade is the best, they help investor trading to have profit, they give the analys, and they service very well
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I don't think so, maybe in your country Teletrade is not good but in my country Teletrade is the best, they help investor trading to have profit, they give the analys, and they service very well

Its well-known scam, trying to advocate them doesn't give you a merit, of course if you aren't their employee. They ripped off a vast number of traders cuz they act as a pure market maker, using dealing desk, etc.
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Teletrade is also very popular at my country (because of their broad marketing) but I don't know about it's reputation. I am trading with hot forex and their service is decent.
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Old Jun 20, 2017, 1:52pm   #44
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I have always worked with brokers with MT4 cause I like this platform though many say that it's uncomfortable.
maybe I'm just too used to it
So, I worked with Alpari, then with Exness and now (for almost a year and 3 months) I trade with JustForex
they are nearly the same but I've chosen the most comfortable conditions for my trading style
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I have always worked with brokers with MT4 cause I like this platform though many say that it's uncomfortable.
maybe I'm just too used to it
So, I worked with Alpari, then with Exness and now (for almost a year and 3 months) I trade with JustForex
they are nearly the same but I've chosen the most comfortable conditions for my trading style
Operated by Russian fellas? Do not trust to them, better to choose something more trustworthy from UK like tickmill or oanda, IMO
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