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Thread: The Good Things About Interbank FX

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    The Good Things About Interbank FX

    Starting as usual from the point of view of a newcomer to trading:


    1. If you're from the United States IBFX will allow you to open an account with them
    2. The nano lot size available on an IBFX mini account is 10 times smaller than other brokers offer. At the current 50:1 leverage that means a minimum margin of $2 for a USD based pair.
    3. The MetaTrader 4 platform is popular with beginners, and allows automated trading
    4. If you're not from the United States you can open an account with IBFX Oz, who offer more than 50:1 leverage
    Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one - Albert Einstein

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    I've been looking at them but I will wait for their MT5 platform.

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    When MetaTrader 5 does eventually arrive it will be interesting to see if IBFX still offer nano-lots on what is supposed to be a more up market platform.

    Maybe they'll offer currency futures instead!
    Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one - Albert Einstein

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