Tickmill acquires FCA license?

Tickmill

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What about FCA restrictions on leverage? Will Tmill also follow it?
Thank you for the question!
Currently, Tickmill is not planning to change anything. Should we change anything in the future our clients will be informed in advance.
 

gerryg

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Thanks billyjean,
somebody know where is the deposit ? Europe , Seychelles, or....

Not sure what do you mean under "deposit". Do you mean topping up account or their location?
In regards to managing in/out transactions I can advice you to use Skrill. It is also UK regulated payment system cheap, smooth and fast for withdrawals and top ups. Ideal for dealing with Нotforex and Tickmill, the brokers I trade with
 

billyjean

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Thanks billyjean,
somebody know where is the deposit ? Europe , Seychelles, or....
They are in UK. As your are from a country which citizens are eligible by FCA compensation, I would advice you to go with them. But if you are risk-hunter trading with lowered leverage (1:50) may present an obstacle for you..
 

gerryg

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They are in UK. As your are from a country which citizens are eligible by FCA compensation, I would advice you to go with them. But if you are risk-hunter trading with lowered leverage (1:50) may present an obstacle for you..
Risk-hunter is a gambler by other words there is no benefits from high leverage except having fun in losing money like in casino
 
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billyjean

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Risk-hunter is a gambler by other words there is no benefits from high leverage except having fun in losing money like in casino
Hey absolutely agree with you. I standed for toughening access to this risky game for newbies as it would save them thousand times more than 2-3 of them manages to pull out something more than their original deposit. :D
Now I see regulators are not there just to be as marketing ploy. FCA really does their job.
 

gerryg

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Hey absolutely agree with you. I standed for toughening access to this risky game for newbies as it would save them thousand times more than 2-3 of them manages to pull out something more than their original deposit. :D
Now I see regulators are not there just to be as marketing ploy. FCA really does their job.
Brokers yet to follow their change policy. I wonder what is the deadline for decreasing leverage or brokers try to squeeze max while its available :)??
 

billyjean

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Brokers yet to follow their change policy. I wonder what is the deadline for decreasing leverage or brokers try to squeeze max while its available :)??
They will probably leave offshore branch for those who needs high leverage. For Tickmill its seychelles, they don't need headache with CySEC or FCA about allowing clients to take too high risk.
 

Tickmill

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Thank you for your trust and dedication that highlighted Tickmill as a globally preferred broker and helped us achieve outstanding results in 2016. We are pleased to report that our trading volume exceeded projections by 143 billion, while our net profit surpassed last year’s figure by 118%.
 
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gerryg

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I have a question. Does your demo account differ from live account in terms of slippage and execution? I mean is it faster in speed or offers other advantages that may skew trading results on live?
 

Tickmill

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I have a question. Does your demo account differ from live account in terms of slippage and execution? I mean is it faster in speed or offers other advantages that may skew trading results on live?
Thank you for asking. Demo and live accounts have same trading conditions, except there is no slippage on demo accounts.