Starting and in need of help

ewilkiem

Newbie
1 0
Hi guys
I'm looking into "online-trading" and considered to invest. So i did my job and research the Review sites that recommend and don't recommend brokers and "software" to trade with.
I found something special, all of them are recommending one broker or software ( kinda pushing it) and it alerted me,
however i found one and i need your opinion did anyone had interactions with trustedbrokerz.com
It looks legit and onto point but I'm still scared by previous sites.
Thank you for any information
 

tomorton

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8,098 1,199
Most sites that recommend services of any sort are paying operations - the companies listed pay to have their names included.

Why not start your trading career with the biggest broker that offers accounts in your country? Preferably they should also be regulated by a regulator that actually does their job (e.g. not a tiny south Pacific atoll).
 

Montradingcoach

Newbie
2 0
[QUOTE = "ewilkiem, post: 3092707, member: 588426"] Salut les gars
Je cherche dans le "trading en ligne" et envisage d'investir. J'ai donc fait mon travail et fait des recherches sur les sites Review qui recommandent et ne recommandent pas les courtiers et les "logiciels" avec lesquels commercer.
J'ai trouvé quelque chose de spécial, tous recommandant un courtier ou un logiciel (le poussant un peu) et il m'a alerté,
Cependant, j'en ai trouvé un et j'ai besoin de votre avis. Quelqu'un a-t-il déjà eu des interactions avec trustedbrokerz.com?
Il semble légitime et sur le point, mais je suis toujours effrayé par les sites précédents.
Merci pour toute information [/ DEVIS]
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Bonjour, je ne connais pas ce broker, mais ce que je vous dire avec une expérience de 15 ans de trading: Commencez avec un broker connu et reconnu, c'est à dire un broker régulé dans votre pays. Testez-le avec un compte démo 2 à 3 mois et si vous progressez dans votre apprentissage et si vous pouvez vous permettre un premier compte réel à 10.000$ vous ne trouverez probablement pas meilleur que INTERACTIVE BROKER. Tradez lentement et attentivement!
 

Montradingcoach

Newbie
2 0
Bonjour, je ne connais pas ce broker, mais ce que je vous dire avec une expérience de 15 ans de trading: Commencez avec un broker connu et reconnu, c'est à dire un broker régulé dans votre pays. Testez-le avec un compte démo 2 à 3 mois et si vous progressez dans votre apprentissage et si vous pouvez vous permettre un premier compte réel à 10.000$ vous ne trouverez probablement pas meilleur que INTERACTIVE BROKER. Tradez lentement et attentivement!
 

NVP

Legendary member
37,470 1,962
Hi guys
I'm looking into "online-trading" and considered to invest. So i did my job and research the Review sites that recommend and don't recommend brokers and "software" to trade with.
I found something special, all of them are recommending one broker or software ( kinda pushing it) and it alerted me,
however i found one and i need your opinion did anyone had interactions with trustedbrokerz.com
It looks legit and onto point but I'm still scared by previous sites.
Thank you for any information
run away quickly......very quickly from this garbage.....N

market comparison sites , review sites , expert guide sites

ALL funded from hidden commissions and kickbacks ......regardless of market or products involved ..

even the multi million pound sites like "compare the market" and "money supermarket" in the uk have very very suspicuous roots and funding streams.............they are definitely not providing a full range of options and certainly steering customers towards commission based offers from their "independent" reviews and guides .....nonsense

I have dealt with some of the "independent" expert trading sites out there and they are all ultimately asking me for commissions for referrals .....they have no problem sending traders to crap sites for money .......so go figure !

so smell the coffee and do yuor own due dilligence

its good you ask people here ........we will help without to much bias of pinion.....and at least its our own bias with no commission based opinions !

i would stick to brokers that are

1) Large (funded)
2) Regulated (pref legit countries like US / UK)
3) old (tenure = statbility)
4) easy to deal with (try them)

that way you may pay a little more for spreads / commissions .....but at least you will be able to get yuor money when you need it .....

dont be tempted by some 2 bit startup company in some 2 bit country............you wont ever see your money again .....

N
 
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NVP

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Bonjour, je ne connais pas ce broker, mais ce que je vous dire avec une expérience de 15 ans de trading: Commencez avec un broker connu et reconnu, c'est à dire un broker régulé dans votre pays. Testez-le avec un compte démo 2 à 3 mois et si vous progressez dans votre apprentissage et si vous pouvez vous permettre un premier compte réel à 10.000$ vous ne trouverez probablement pas meilleur que INTERACTIVE BROKER. Tradez lentement et attentivement!
not sure you will get much response as this is an English based forum ?

N
 

Adoralmeena

Member
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Choosing the right company is quite difficult task, especially for the beginner, but there are some points to check before choosing a broker. There is no simple answer to the question which broker is better, but there are certain criteria that will help you make a choice. At the first stage, it makes sense to check rankings, that are compiled by the largest analytical agencies. Also, you can check users rankings and forums and learn about brokers. It's important to get in touch with basic issues such as commissions and fees, speed and reliability of support service, withdrawal speed and trading terminal convenience. No one can choose a broker for you, cause the needs of people are different. For someone It's important narrow spreads, and for other one it's fast withdrawal in 1-2 days. So, mate, just pick 4-5 brokers and start reading people reviews and forums to find broker, that suits you the most :)
 

Akinozragore

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There is a lot of points you should consider. First of all, you should decide how you want learn trading. It's important, cause there is no simple solution how to learn. You need to find learning stuff and read it + find broker with a great demo account to learn trading. Even if you think that's okey and you know how to trade, that's not so. Trading is about three things: stamina, experience and reliable broker. And good demo-account will help you to master first two points. Then you should find reliable broker. It's better to read reviews and get in touch with traders that work with broker to ask direct questions. I think that's the best idea, as you will get first-mouth info and will make a decision. It's better not to write a lot of people. Just read reviews, just 2-3 brokers and then find traders to ask them questions. Also, think about your questions to ask what you really would like to know :)
 
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