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    Question Broker for scalping?

    Used a lot of brokers and PFG was the perfect for scalping last year, also traded with MBTrading, but they filtered quotes too much and had high spreads in NZ session.
    Now I have accounts with Thinkforex, Fxopen, Exness, Nordfx with Premium Trading rebates.
    Could anyone give an advice which broker has the same spreads and is registered by FSA or NFA?


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    I trade with ASIC regulated Australian forex broker IC Markets. They have the lowest EUR/USD spread out of all the forex brokers that I have tested, it averages 0.1 pips.


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    I think that IC Markets is a good suggestion, by my knowledge they are good for scalping, super tight spreads. Check their live spreads at sites like mt4i. ASIC ic considered to be one of the best regulators, even though it is not FSA

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    If you want to stick to a FSA regulated broker I would suggest LMAX or maybe DF Markets

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    I use Alpari. I haven't had any problems with them

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    I use forex-metal from years, found nothing wrong in order execution in scalping, also offers rebates and it is NFA registered just like FXSolutions my previous broker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ProScalper View Post
    Used a lot of brokers and PFG was the perfect for scalping last year, also traded with MBTrading, but they filtered quotes too much and had high spreads in NZ session.
    Now I have accounts with Thinkforex, Fxopen, Exness, Nordfx with Premium Trading rebates.
    Could anyone give an advice which broker has the same spreads and is registered by FSA or NFA?
    instaforex, alpari and forexmetal are top brokers for all types of style. all have same spread and registered from regulated bodies.


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    Yeah, I've used Alpari and they work well for scalping

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForexTown View Post
    If you want to stick to a FSA regulated broker I would suggest LMAX or maybe DF Markets
    As suggested LMAX is a good ideea as it has low spreads, on the down side they requied 10k minimum per account. But this can be solved by going throught an IB.


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    I traded through alpari and forexmetal, both are good but the good about forexmetal is, I use zulutrade option, which is quite healthy for my mamm account.

    Last edited by MrEuro; 01-30-2013 at 11:58 AM.

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