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Forex brokers that allow Hedging




Hedging is one of the smartest yet trickiest strategy to apply in Forex trading.
Hedging frees you from dependency on the market direction, because with hedging you are trading both ways (up and down, or buy and sell).


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BrokerGuru

May 31, 2009

Quite a task..
I'm afraid I can't name a broker right away. If I come across such option, I'll post an update here.

Update: AvaFX allows debit card withdrawals.


trader

May 31, 2009

of the brokers above which allow hedging in a single account, which have a debit card fund withdrawl program?
I must say that this accessibility to funds is a huge convenience with InterbankFX. Now that InterbankFX no longer supports hedging, I'm interested in finding a reputable broker that still supports hedging and makes funds available by debit card.


BrokerGuru

May 11, 2009

This is the first time I hear about HuproFX.
Also there isn't much (actually nothing at all) about them on the net: no reviews, feedback, talks anywhere.
I guess they must be new..?


trader

May 8, 2009

Has anyone heard of HuproFX?


BrokerGuru

April 25, 2009

You will have 2 accounts, which will balance each other, e.g. while on one account your position will lose, on the other one, it'll be profitable. The difficulty is that you need to constantly monitor balances on both accounts to make sure that none of them goes beyond its limits and gets a margin call. This means you'd need to regularly add money to the account that hold negative trades. Also, as you said, you will probably need a bit more money to spread them in between two accounts the way that you can trade the amounts you want.


trader

April 25, 2009

Hi BrokerGuru,
yes to use still hedging you can opens 2 diff. accounts however that way you will not "hedge" anymore your balance (hedge trade will balance the primary trade/s). Also open 2 accounts mean need double amount of initial balance to hedge.
Or are I am wrong?


BrokerGuru

April 18, 2009

"New Compliance Rule 2-43(b) requires an FDM to offset positions in a customer account on a first-in, first-out basis, thereby prohibiting a trading practice commonly referred to as "hedging." A customer may, however, direct the FDM to offset same-size transactions even if there are older transactions of a different size. Rule 2-43(b) is effective for any positions established after May 15, 2009. Offsetting positions that were established prior to the effective date do not have to be liquidated, but once either position is closed out after May 15, it may not be reestablished as a hedge. "

The rule still doesn't apply to brokers that are not regulated by NFA...
Plus a trader can always open 2 different accounts with same or another broker and continue hedging.


trader

April 18, 2009

Which of these brokers still allow hedging once the NFA rule goes into effect on May 1st?


BrokerGuru

April 2, 2009

I've just confirmed - Marketiva supports hedging... Are you experiencing any difficulties hedging with this broker?


trader

April 1, 2009

hi there ,just want to say that marketiva dont support hedging.


BrokerGuru

March 23, 2009

Thank you!


trader

March 23, 2009

marketiva also allows hedging


BrokerGuru

March 17, 2009

thank you!


trader

March 16, 2009

Hi, currently Tadawulfx.ch allows hedging


trader

March 7, 2009

GFS Forex & Futures also supports hedging.


BrokerGuru

February 10, 2009

MoneyForex Financial Ltd. is incorporated in British Virgin Island (Registration Number 629302) under the provisions of the International Business Companies Act, 1984. MoneyForex is authorized to offer futures, securities, and foreign exchange as a forex broker and primary market maker.


trader

January 8, 2009

What about Moneyforex? Are they not a registered Forex Brokers?



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