Trade currency online
Question by Dr.Cool: Foriegn Exchange Trading On the internet?
Does anybody know any good on the internet currency exchange trading platforms?
I looked at Xforex, and it seemed good, but I’m entirely new to the on the web realm of these services and I don’t know what the specific pros, cons and pitfalls are to watch out for with acquiring and selling currency on-line.
If any individual knows a great site (who doesn’t also function for that firm) to set up an account on, or has any tips to share, please let me know.
Answer by Outrider
Dr. appears to me you are attempting to lose your shirt. Can you practice ahead of committing on these platforms? This appears like the realm of the massive boys. Not folks.
you did not even spell foreign properly.
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