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Brokers that offer commodity and index trading in addition to currency?

Discussion in 'General Forex Talk' started by sjd, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. sjd

    sjd Recruit

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    InvestTechFx is the only one I know of that does this but they appear to have bad reviews.

    Anyone know of others? I've been demoing InvestTechFx and at least that is going ok.
     
  2. OzWizard

    OzWizard Corporal Punishment

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    Go to futures!!!

    TRANSACT

    Infinity

    google them

    The CME (Chicago Merc. Exchange) offers it totally transparent,

    never a scammer !!!!!

    They are now even offering FOREX pairs - but the liquidity is low as it is
    rather new...

    But if you want to just trade the major currency - EURO, POUND, YEN...

    You can do so the only thing is: 1 lot = $12.50 per tick (pip) ($6.25 Pound)
     
  3. sjd

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    Thanks, I'll check them out.
    I hope InvestTech is legit though, only 1 pip spread on major currencies! :)
     
  4. Jason Rogers

    Jason Rogers FXCM Representative

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    Forex brokers will offer commodity and index trading in the form of CFD's. A US broker won't offer CFD's, and US residents are not able to trade CFD's either. So if you're in the US, you're out of luck for CFD trading.
     

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