Honest Broker Offering Min 100:1 leverage?

Discussion in 'Forex Brokers' started by achilles28, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. Oanda was my first pick but leverage is too low.

    I'm not a newb so the lectures on +leverage = +risk are unnecessary and untrue.

    What I need from a retail broker:

    a) min 100:1 leverage

    b) honest (no/little requotes, no price shading/stop gunning, CFTC registered, preferably North American based)

    c) low spreads

    d) low min account balance.


    I'm considering fxsol and interbankfx.

    I've heard too many horror stories about FXCM.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?
     
  2. Moe27

    Moe27

    im making mad money with interbankfx they are my top choice. you can also try fxdd. ive traded with 3 other retail broker with the same system im using now but for some strange reason did not make as much. you gotta be careful when you pick a retail broker there's a lot of tricks out there.
     
  3. Honest FX broker is an oxymoron. And you can drop the oxy for yourself.
     
  4. Funny. Most of the broker request threads get inundated with total newbies praising their favorite bucketshop.

    It would be nice to hear from some veteran et members.

    honest fx broker = oxymoron.

    This can't be all true. Can it?
     
  5. sccz97

    sccz97

    I made mad money with ibfx as well ... but they're far from honest
     
  6. Moe27

    Moe27

    i never had a problem with them if you have a story to tell then you should post it here.
     
  7. I made mad money from IBFX to, I turned $100 into $100 million in 11-months, Soros, eat my dust. Bawahahahahahahahaha:cool:
     
  8. sccz97

    sccz97

    I'f you're making mad money off them it sohudln't matter ... keep trading with them
     
  9. Moe27

    Moe27


    i agree. if you don't like bucketshops you can always trade with ecn brokers i also have a account with one.
     

  10. Thanks for posting. Can you elaborate on their dishonesty?

    Also, can i ask your trading style?

    I'd appreciate it.
     
    #10     Feb 27, 2006