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Sat Apr 7 Tokyo: December in Brokers. I just registered here, and I'm hoping I can get some help or answers with something. I'm a newbie trader, and I'm looking for a beginner friendly BO broker. So I went looking for another broker and found MarketsWorld. So much more flexibility. And I liked being able to see up to 4 different graphs assets? So I somehow got re-routed to BinaryMates , which seemed to be the same platform, and had all kinds of bells and whistles that got me very excited, but when doing research on reviews for BinaryMate, I couldn't find any positive reviews that I believed they were all from affiliate sites or short comments that did nothing but sing praises.
After that, I somehow found ExpertOption , which I found out quickly is pretty disreputable. So now I'm a bit frustrated. I will likely make a deposit with MarketWorlds, but I'm interested to know if anyone knows of a US friendly broker that has a platform like this? I've also demoed TradeThunder , and I found their demo to be a bit Glitchy, in addition to some other things I didn't like about the platform. Thanks in advance for any help or Advice, RoseyTrader. Practicing on my MarketWorlds demo account while waiting for replies, and something I definitely don't like about MarketsWorld is that the expiry time changes randomly without your permission.
I like to make quick trades, about 1min or so. MarketsWorld DOES have these or at least the demo does , but if your not paying attention, these expiry times will randomly change to 30min or more. I know they are really reliable with withdrawals from what I've read on reviews , which is really important for brokers, but I would really like to find a broker that maintains a consistent expiry time that only changes when I TELL it to Well, for US traders, the safest approach is going with Nadex.
I can't honestly point you to a good broker that accepts US clients where you won't have issues. I signed up to Nadex, as I had been seeing everywhere how they were a good and reputable broker. I found their platform very confusing. And the complete lack of graphs was disorienting. Am I supposed to use a 3rd party graph somewhere to make trades there?
Or maybe that was the Flash thing it said I needed. I know of brokers that accepts US traders and they are very good. Sign In or Register to comment. Who's Online 1 1 Guest.