DislikedOh yeah - stick with MT4 if it's what you are used to....certainly. I really wish I lived in a country that was free and a little less "protective" of it's citizens. You can "gamble" on the outcome of a sporting event, but can't "speculate" on the price of corn. Go figure.Ignored
This way I can trade forex, commodities, indices and a good range of individual stocks without paying through the nose in commision or using position sizes too big for my comfort level. (until I build it up to Samers level).
From what I have seen so far I would definitely recommend them but I'll let you know when I have a live account open. One thing I would say is that the spreads are not the lowest but trading on weekly charts this really doesn't matter.
Just a thought, maybe you can't trade cfd's in the US because they are trying to protect the CME and all the other exchanges who could lose out? Or maybe to do with them not wanting so much speculation bringing too much volatility in commodity markets? If they leave things as they have priced out the majority of retail traders because you have to trade via a proper futures exchange at huge cost and/or position size.
Position trader - Anything intraweek is just noise...