DislikedBreakouts are amazing in the Forex market. No one talks about them but they perform better in Forex than any market I have ever traded.
Broker complaints get over it ????? 8 replies
This isn't complaining, not at all. Just, a fair warning, of "be careful" who you invest with.Ignored
DislikedPhil you said...
I just do not have the problems most of the traders complain about because I do not used a FIXED SPREAD BROKER.
DislikedWhat do this have to do with forex broker's. have you ever receive a phone call from a firm asking you to send them money to trade in forex. if so will you? this is just one of those boiler room scam.Ignored
i have heard from an access of over 4 brokers, that CME will also be available to retail, aswell as the institutional nesayers. What do you think about this?
Do you believe it's true, to some degree i want to say yes. However, this info came from over 4 dealing desk handlers.Ignored
DislikedThe post is an obvious form of due diliegence. It's EXACTLY to do with forex.
Maybe you should learn to reread and comprehend the link and exactly, what it says. I don't believe that you've read it, correctly.
But, being as. You are a member of atleast 150 posts, i will give you the benefit of the doubt. And lastly, if you notice, i mentioned that the link was to add more research before choosing a broker. NOT as a contradictional form of complaining.
Think before you post.Ignored
InvictusWilliam Ernest Henley
DislikedAfter having read alot about the basic principles of trading currencies on this forum, I am relieved to see that money management is not overlooked as one of the fundamentals to prospering in the FX markets. Surely, there are many viable strategies that can be implemented to protect our downside risk, as long as we are comfortable with the adverse effects these implemented strategies.
What I think is a concern and a disgrace to the FX markets is the fact that a seudo MM like IBFX can ignore your pending orders to the point where there has already been 45 pips slippage before getting you in, but then lock you out of the platform for hours hoping that prices will come back in their favor. Sure they have a logical excuse for this, but when it happens two days in a row it really shows what they are made of. It is curious that their platform would only let you place new orders, but not alter or delete existing ones, unless they were very far away from the market. Since I have several different bank feeds running at the same time, and none of these things happened there, I have to say that IBFX is a lousy place to do business. And for those who may jump on the defensive and say that everyone complains when they lose, sorry but the account still made 20% for the day. By the way, I did not chose this broker. I decided to help a friend get out of some deep losses. All I'd like to point out is that there are plenty of FOREX brokers that deal fairly out there.Ignored