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FXCM introducing broker, to lower the min deposit
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FXCM introducing broker, to lower the min deposit

Old November 16th, 2016, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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FXCM introducing broker, to lower the min deposit

I'm looking for a "free" fx tick feed for NinjaTrader. No doubt, IQFeed / Kinetick are great options and not expensive at all. However, I'm only practicing just little above the paper trading, so monthly costs do matter.

So I'm considering opening and funding an account with FXCM, just to get a good fx tick feed, despite the fact that I'd trade my tiny trainee volume through a different broker. FXCM mini account doesn't support NinjaTrader; Standard one reqieres >=5k. Involved through NinjaTraderBrokerage, the minimal deposit is lowered to 2,5k (if the info I saw wasn't outdated).

I wonder if there are introducing brokers for FXCM lowering the minimum deposit even further. If it works with fxmtf for LMAX, it might work for FXCM, too, I thought.

(Last not least - it appears kind of inappropriate to me to keep opening demo accounts every couple of weeks.)

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