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canada's regulated brokers

Thanks for answer me, i found some, but brokers who accept canadiens traders and are well rated in canada, are, for the most of them, not well rated in FPA. That's why i'm asking for some picks.

FOREX.com, TDameritrade, InteractiveBroker, Oanda and FXCM all received 4 stars and more on forexbrokers.com.

Well, pick anyone as I do not recommend any broker here but I can give you fa ew advice :)

Make sure you can open an account with a small amount to check them first.
Do some trade and then request withdrawal ti check their withdrawal outcome
If you think everything is smooth then you can try them with some more money to trade.

Make sure you can verify your account before you apply for withdrawal. Do not give any excuse to delay your withdrawal.

Best of luck :)