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    Non NFA brokers?

    What are the choices for USA resident to get broker that's honest (some how controlled) without NFA.
    Due

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    Could give me a break...

    Let's return to the time (just a yeare back), if NFA was going to put higher captial requirement, these guys said it is a fantastic thing to seperate these qualifiled player from non-qualifiled, and warning clients be aware of those below that figure. This thread is your focus at the time https://www.cliqforex.com/general-fo...exit-ergy.html

    Currently, with the 20 million cap, forcing several sc retreating from US, only left several decent brokers, these guys are campaigning for the minority. A lot of threads emerge recently promoting Non-US or even Non-NFA brokers.

    Some guys are really joking here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Could give me a break...

    Let's return into the time (only a yeare back), when NFA was going to put higher captial requirement, these men said it is a great point to seperate those qualifiled participant from non-qualifiled, and caution clients be conscious of those under that figure. This thread is your attention in that time https://www.cliqforex.com/trading-sy...s-success.html

    Now, with all the 20 million cap, forcing a few sc retreating from US, only left a few respectable brokers, these men are campaigning to the minority. A lot of threads emerge...
    U dont get the point. .

    NFA dictatorship,with their senseless new rules, kicks some brokers AND a lot of traders out of the USA. What u call some respectable brokers they are the founders of this mafia like organised brokerNFA community....

    Regardless of traders looking for non NFA controlled alternatives.

    Welcome into the free world of company! UK and AUS are waiting for us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    U dont get the point. .

    NFA dictatorship,with their senseless new rules, strikes some brokers AND a lot of traders out of the USA. What u call some respectable brokers they're the creators of this mafia like organised brokerNFA community....

    No wonder why traders searching for non NFA controlled alternatives.

    Welcome in the free world of business! AUS and UK are awaiting us!
    Thanks for all your information. From what I read about NFA it's nothing good for traders and brokers so what's your purpose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thanks for all your info. From what I read about NFA it is nothing good for traders and brokers so what is the purpose?
    Nobody trusts no one. Traders want brokers to be regulated, brokers visit NFA since the regulatory body for the US market, NFA sets stricter and more rigorous requirements, brokers invest money to comply with them, it becomes more costly for traders, who want brokers to be regulated.

    What goes around comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    nobody trusts nobody. Traders want brokers to become regulated, brokers visit NFA as the regulatory system for the US market, NFA sets stricter and more rigorous demands, brokers spend money to comply with them, it gets more expensive for traders, who want brokers to be regulated.

    What goes around comes around.
    This make sense. Maybe 1 day we will get happy medium. Thanks for the explanation.

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    GoMarkets at Australia will take US residents.

    I personally find them great. Hassle free with very competitive spreads and have nanolot accounts.

    Try googling your request, there are a few out there. Depends on your requirements and what will be comfortable with.


    Good luck

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