I've been trading with Dukascopy (Suisse) SA for quite some time now and I've not had any problems whatsoever with them yet so far.
In fact, I'm already trading a 6-figure individual account and whenever I withdraw my profits, it's done professionally and really fast and pronto.
Seriously speaking, all my past withdrawals have been smooth.
As for it's customer service and live support, it's been also well above par.
It's spread (for the EUR/USD pair of course) is also consistent and all my executions have also been performed instantly.
Apart from the bad...
Actually, the broker is your middle person when you want to execute orders.
It's something like a sportsbook if you know what I mean.
Yes, the broker does hold your funds and what they do is entirely up to them.
However, you must also be aware that the broker is also regulated by it's...
As of now, the gold is hovering at around USD 1, 065 nett and the oil is hovering at around USD 82 nett.
Thus, I see the pair should be at a low of 1.4975 nett and at a high of 1.513 nett within this calendar week.
A weekend close of 1.473 nett was seen and with both the oil priced at around USD 72 nett and the gold priced at around USD 1,050 nett.
I don't see the pair going anywhere bottoming out at 1.465 nett but I do see it going to 1.487 nett.
A breach of 1.5 nett seems unrealistic as of now but...
From what I see here, it touched 1.4815 before settling down slightly below 1.48 nett.
The gold price shot up to breach the USD 1, 050 barrier and if and when further rise in the gold price, we might also possibly witness the EUR/USD pair touching 1.5 nett somewhere towards the end of next...
Well, maybe it's because I'm a Malaysian and Malaysians generally are quite aware of all these stuffs.
Here in Malaysia, many scams take place under our very noses almost every single calendar day so when Malaysians are exposed to these kind of things, then it's natural that our alarm bells...
Nothing positive actually came from my Australian sources.
They couldn't confirm anything whatsoever from local regulatory bodies.
So, I guess it's a scam after all.
Perhaps I may be wrong but can anyone here also assist please?
My point of view is that before we invest any of our hard-earned cash, it'll be best if we can go take a look first hand rather than just read blindly about it online.
I visited Saxo Bank (Singapore) before I invested.
I also did the same when it came to Dukascopy (Suisse).