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Trade 120+ instruments including major and minor currency pairs, Spot Metals, CFD's on Commodity Futures, CFD's on ETF's and Indices and Share CFD's with some of the most competitive trading conditions in the industry including leverage of up to 1:1000 and tight spreads from 0 pips.
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There are two most common ways of choosing a Forex broker:
1) Simplified or "lazy way" — which is to read broker reviews, and based on stars and feedback make a choice.
2) Professional way — which is to do your own research while making reading reviews a part of that research.
Guaranteed stop loss in Forex
Guaranteed stop loss is not a common practice with Forex brokers as one would expect.
Guaranteed stop loss vs Regular stop loss
Guaranteed stop loss — your stops are executed at the requested price level no matter what.
Does it really matter which stop loss to use?
Forex brokers looking to work with Bitcoins face a few challenges, most of them are regulatory. In mid-2015 Bitcoin still remains unregulated and unsupervised. There is no central bank to regulate its flow and exchange. In addition, the Anti-Money Laundering questions remains unsolved, as Bitcoin users identity is veiled (they don't need to have bank accounts for holding Bitcoins, for example).
Combined together, those issues hold back some Forex brokers who would ultimately already adopt Bitcoin trading themselves.
In the meantime, there have been some intriguing developments, as Bank of America among the first showed interest in adopting digital currency transfers. As of September 17, 2015 Bank of America has successfully registered a patent to use Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Peercoin, and Dogecoin for fund transfer between accounts.
Meanwhile, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in the US confirms that Bitcoin is a Commodity, and hence CFTC has authority to control digital currency futures and options.
And so, the train gains speed, and time will tell, as for now, Bitcoin popularity grows, and so is our list of Bitcoin Forex brokers.
US Forex brokers... Most reliable?
You can put the question this way; becoming a US Forex broker isn't as simple as registering an off-shore brokerage.
The answer lies in the regulatory requirements. All US brokers must be registered with NFA (National Futures Association).
While registration itself isn't the issue, being a member of NFA regulated brokers group requires adherence to the strict NFA rules.
DMA Brokers. What is DMA?
DMA - Direct Market Access - is a type of FX execution where traders are offered direct access to the physical market, enabling them to place trading orders with liquidity providers (leading foreign exchange banks, other brokers, market makers etc).
Sounds similar to STP and ECN dealing? It's close, but there is a difference.
DMA (Direct Market Access) is offered by ECN brokers and by some STP brokers. In fact, ECN brokers always offer DMA, but not all STP brokers offer DMA. Let's take a look at the differences.
January 18, 2011
An exclusive interview with Renat Fatkhullin, Founder and CEO of MetaQuotes Software Corp. for 100Forexbrokers.com
The goal of this interview is to address the most frequently asked questions that concern MetaTrader users nowadays.
Question 1: There are 3 distinguished groups among MetaTrader platform users: Forex brokers, traders with programming skills and ordinary traders. With the announcement and later the release of MT5 platform, the reaction from the ordinary traders group was the most vivid [mixed expectations, criticism etc]. What in your opinion has provoked such reaction among traders?
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What is an IB?
An Introducing broker (IB) is a simplest form of partnership between an individual (or a business company) and a Primary broker. The role of the Introducing broker is to solicit clients for the Primary Broker. By doing so an IB earns commission.
- NFA Glossary:
The process of referring clients to the Primary Broker can be done in a variety of ways, but the key component of a successful IB
Like any financial market, Forex currency trading requires proper regulation. Every country has own governmental financial institutions & independent regulators that supervise and control the Forex industry and work to protect its investors.
Not all Forex brokers nowadays are regulated by appropriate financial regulators in their countries. It's important to pay attention to your broker's regulatory status, as it'll determine the level of security and protection of your investment.
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