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what is good all-inclusive broker for me

Old April 2nd, 2013, 01:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what is good all-inclusive broker for me

What is the best all-inclusive broker for me? I am interested in the ES. I trade 1 contract. I take 2-3 live trades a day. I practice a lot on a simulator. My reserves are $5000. My style of trading is price action. I have no indicators on my chart except a ma. I currently use ToS. I plan to expand my trading soon to 5-6 trades a day. I get confused by the many different fees charged for exchanges, data, platforms, charting etc. I know I am paying a premium to use ToS' all-inclusive broker, platform, data system. I'm ok with that. But is there a cheaper all-inclusive? Thanks

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