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Best broker to begin small budget EU?

Old March 31st, 2015, 06:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best broker to begin small budget EU?

Dear forum,

I am new here and I am trading DAX CFDS at plus500 currently but the software is not that good and can not get all the indicators working. My mentor has Interactive Brokers. But since I become 26 this year I can't open a account for 3000 euro and 10000 euro is to much currently so searching a pit stop before IB

Do you guys know any good starting broker with low comission fees? I like to go in with 4 cfds then sell 2 and sell the other 2. That would by 3 transactions in total.

Currently trading with one cfd per trade went from 300 to 600 to 300 to 600 to 80 to 120 and so forth. I learned a lot the past few weeks and now using money management and started reading the japanese candles book.

My main focus is the DAX at this point. So I need the following chart Germany 30 index futures.

Anyone that can give my advice on this? It also needs a demo with live charts very importent if its new software that I never used before.

Kind regards,

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