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  1. I used BDswiss as well because a friend recommended it to me. 1.Stop loss and take profit orders are ignored by the broker in 9 out of 10 cases. I just watched those lines get ignored every time, and it was so frustrating because I was in profit so many times, and because those actions didn't cause the trend to shift against me... My stop loss was activated before the markets even got to that point. 2.The spreads... they're out of this world. I just found out that they tripled the spread on Wednesday... HOW AND WHY?! Overall, I felt targeted while using their service. That's not to say I didn't make mistakes... I did a lot, but that doesn't change the fact that you are targeted and this broker has no intention of protecting you... quite the opposite. I'm switching to a broker with more visibility and reputation in this area.
  2. I've used both payment systems and they're both equally reliable; in fact, they're both members of the same group. The distinction is that Nettller takes over seven days to process withdrawals to a bank, whereas Skril processes them the same day.
  3. Consider martingale and averaging as a tool but not as a strategy. There won't be a specific setting giving you a peace of mind money machine. You still need to find a general edge where you can build a strategy upon. Martingale can smoothen your balance curve indeed afterwards, but success here comes from the underlying strategy not the martingale settings.
  4. Good morning traders, hope you all got your pips yesterday. Please I am a newbie in Mql4 and mql5 programming. I am currently developing myself by reading the documentation section of MT4 platform. But I am stuck on this particular Indicators, as it compiled well, but those not display on the my chart. I attached it here
  5. Sometimes merely asking for a competent broker isn't enough to help you find what you want. It's the same as asking which is a good movie when we don't know what sort of film you're looking for: action, romance, animation, or a true tale. :) Fxview and Tickmill, in my perspective, are well-regulated in most European nations if you're based in the EU. In Australia, brokers like as IC Markets and Pepperstone are well-known. These four brokers provide excellent trading conditions. I recommend that you grab a piece of paper and jot down a list of brokers that meet your needs. Cross out any brokers who don't accept your nation, aren't compatible with your deposit/withdrawal methods, have higher fees/wider spreads, or any other factors that are important to you. This will assist you in narrowing down your options to a suitable broker.
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