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RoadGhost

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  1. agree that there are many "brokers" out there who will do anything to keep your money rather than give it to you, especially with these "bonus" offers. Perhaps it has something to do with how strictly they are regulated? Before the CFTC reduced leverage for US residents to 50:1, I was trading with GFTforex (at 400:1), and they were AMAZING! I traded with them for several years and withdrawals were very easy and quick, with no glitches, and I took money out every 2-3 weeks, so there were a lot of withdrawals! However, it is possible that it was so good because it was heavily regulated by the US at the time.....
  2. Good. Yes let this thread be dedicated to stocks trading.
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