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Most brokers have MT4 and MT5 platforms which I don’t really like. It is not as flexible as the FXCM tradestation especially when it comes to creating new strategies. The FXCM tradestation just makes the task so easy to do.

The chart is on a white background (so much easier to see ) and it is much easier to move the chart around and going back to historical prices are really easy.

I just love it.

and…if you are worried about withdrawals , I have never had any problems with that with FXCM and deposits are also so simple.

If you are new on this then you should need to learn more about this. Then I can recommended fx-list.com to get a lot about this.

Thanks
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I love also FXCM broker cause of they are most flexible to withdraw and they are not scamming with their traders. Do you know they are leading the forex market from 20 years? I have been trading with XM, A markets and also other some broker's but FXCM is the difference from others:D
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I love also FXCM broker cause of they are most flexible to withdraw and they are not scamming with their traders. Do you know they are leading the forex market from 20 years? I have been trading with XM, A markets and also other some broker's but FXCM is the difference from others:D check bonus from FXCM and most popular brokers from ForexVolumes.com
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