Which broker is better?

Aug 24, 2015
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#16
Usually brokers make all sorts of inner settings. Visually you won't notice them, but this optimization of processes is noticable in the order execution speed. Although, lately optimization hasn't been giving us much. If before there was a battle for seconds, now it's microseconds. I think now's the time to stop chasing after the speed and start optimizing the system itself.
 
Oct 28, 2015
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If you've been socializing on the optimum thread, then we should have talked on the same thread together. But the thread really did disappear.
 
Aug 24, 2015
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#21
If you've been socializing on the optimum thread, then we should have talked on the same thread together. But the thread really did disappear.
Maybe we talked already, I don't remember. I wanted to ask you how things were with the broker. Someone wrote that there were some problems but I can't understand what they are exactly. It's either the broker is in trouble or there are some employees here. If it's the latter, then I don't care. But if the broker has problems, it's time to cut and run.
 
Feb 16, 2016
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I don't think there's any reason to worry. All brokers are sometimes "debunked" with same articles about unhappy clients and lost deposits. As for the emloyees, I don't know, maybe, it's quite common. But where's the guarantee that this person is someone else's employee who wants to slander rival brokers?
 
Feb 12, 2016
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#23
I try to ignore such outbursts. There are some people who want to get attention or even provoke others into starting a conflict. I recommend ignoring them.
 

Pat494

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#24
I had a bad experience with Alpari(UK) when they went bust a few years ago. Even though they were registered under FCA rules it took years to get my money back.
 
Aug 24, 2015
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I try to ignore such outbursts. There are some people who want to get attention or even provoke others into starting a conflict. I recommend ignoring them.
Maybe you're the company employee? How do I know? Maybe you recommend ignoring such messages because you've got your own interests? But I have to agree though, at the moment I've got no problems with the broker.
 
Feb 16, 2016
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I came across a post on one of the forums that promised to return money that the brokers doesn't want to pay back. There was an email address you should write to. I decided to wirte them out of interest. They asked me to skype them and started explaining that it's possible to return money but I'll have to pay for specialist services first...This how people who want to take advantage of you pretend that they want to help you.
 
Feb 16, 2016
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#29
Everybody wants to get a place in the sun. But the thing is that they are all occupied. To get it, you need to take someone's place or share it, there's no other way. If someone comes up with a totally new idea, everybody will take it up...That's how modern life works.