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Old 07-02-2016, 12:50 PM   Nav to Top  #1
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Default Trading with NO requotes

I trade with CMTrading for 9 months almost. They have different types of accounts. The most suitable for me is Standard.

I received NO requotes during this period of time. Besides, order execution is very fast. I deposit and withdraw money from my account quick and without any restrictions. Very pleased with their work.
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I like to trade with Cmtrading very much. I have an ECN account with them. Spreads are great! My trading experience with them is absolutely fine and during this time I received no requotes! I take profit every day with cmtrading.
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It’s tough to find out broker like that, so we need to be very careful. I don’t know much about CMTrading Company, but their reputation is not the greatest, as many people on FPA complained about re quote and slippage, so I will be thinking twice before joining. I think if we are wise with the selection then we can make it pretty big!
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