forex brokers?

tifire

Newbie
2 0
Hi there,

Not sure if this is the right place to post. I am interested in forex trading. Could anyone here suggest a good broker which offers mini account?

I did some research myself. Advanced Currency Markets (ACM) seems nice. Anyone tried it?

How about other brokers like FXFirst, CMS-Forex, Forex Capital Markets, FX Solutions, GCI and SAXO Bank?

Thanks a lot.
 

genti

Active member
152 0
tifire, do you wana have mini acc or 100k one.

FXCM are a good one but every money transfer in/out is charged,
ETRADE also charges commission in every transection.

i believe CMC is the best.

by the way if you get it right let me know cos i have been trading forex now and on and never get it right.

greetings
Genti
 
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tifire

Newbie
2 0
Thanks everyone for the inputs.

genti, I would start with a mini. As a newbie, I don't wanna invest more than a few thousands. For FXCM, I can transfer my money in/out using paypal/check, right?

I checked fxstreet: http://www.fxstreet.com/nou/brokers/senseframestaula.asp

Saxo Bank wants $10,000 or more. will read more about CMC.
 

Chris Hood

Junior member
38 1
Saxo bucket shop

Saxo, in our costly experience, is no different than other spot dealers who make the market in the currency pairs their customers trade -- a bucket shop that trades against the customer and shifts and widens spreads to prevent profitable fills.
 

Hittfeld

Well-known member
437 12
Nowbody recommending OandA??? With 1.8 pips they are the real IB of forex.

Solid firm, fully computerized system, many pairs, acurate data without spikes.

Just the best for forex - although you can deal only forex with them.

Hittfeld
 

josbarr

Active member
214 2
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a_gnome

Well-known member
434 15
Have to agree with Hitfield here. OandA are very good

Should also mention that you can trade any size with them which is ideal for beginners who want to dip their toe in.
 

Risk3

Newbie
3 0
Lovemyprofits,

1 You are an Introducing Broker to FXCM. You should mention that in your post.
2 Did you settle the Aug. 6th dispute that you are willing to recommend them?
 
 
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