It is important for me to have access to all the top European and American markets at once from one terminal. In Europe, the offer of Saxo is the best option for me.
Thanks for so detailed report! I've been tested R-Trader for 3 months, having 15% at moment. Not bad, at all. Gonna deposit extra capital in the nearest future.
Be ready for new ID rules. They can ask extra financial docs to guarantee youa not a scammer or having dark affairs in your country. It took more than 2 weeks to prove I'm ok
There is swap-free accounts, but if you choose such type - you will pay commissions. So it's just more convenient.
Their support is slow! I waited for a day to fix a connection bug during high trading hours.
IB is good for active trading. Fees are extra law. Huge choice of assets for any case.
Saxo is an old and good broker, you can fully trust this company, but it doesn't mean this broker is for everyone. They charge fee practically for everything. Very expensive broker, especially for middle-size clients. Trading here with less then $500K is a bad idea. I'd rather advise looking at Interactive Brokers.
Spreads are pretty tight on some account types, withdrawal is fast. In general, i'd add more stocks on platform and stock options. It seems Exness is not growing and the range of cfds is poor.
Have been testing autocopying for 3 months. Ready to share some first results. The total investment was $5000. The average profitability is 9.4% for today. Banks now give 0% interest.. I think it's a pretty good return.
A good broker for traders with high turnover and deep understanding of the market. I was provided with special trading conditions and low commissions. There is an option to request sets of data for long periods for testing strategies, and also request various specific analytics. Some of it is provided for free, and some you have to pay for, but the information is worth it. This is not a place for small investors, IMHO.