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Best US Forex Broker Recommendations?

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I am new to forex and looking into which brokers to use. I prefer to use Ninjatrader and would prefer a broker located in the USA. All suggestions/recommendations/information is appreciated .

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I am new to forex and looking into which brokers to use. I prefer to use Ninjatrader and would prefer a broker located in the USA. All suggestions/recommendations/information is appreciated .

It is slim pickens!!

The USA does not have much to offer in the world of Forex. I have used OandA for five years. Heaven knows I have had my issues with them.

I originally signed up because I was able to chart using OandA feed, but recently that changed and has stopped as far as I know. I gave up trying to access OandA.

So I recently signed up with forex.com b/c they provide a data feed into NinjaTrader, but I am not happy with them. For example, they have a minimum trade of 1000 units (hope I said that correctly) verses OandA who will let you trade with 50 if you want. I still have a great deal to learn so the less the better. I can risk 1 dollar to make 3.

So after 6 months I cant deal with Forex.com. Now I am dealing with is the account closing. I asked to close and although they released the bulk of money right away, they will not release 17 dollars still sitting in the account. Even though it was brought into the account with a credit card, they are asking for my bank information to send it to.

I know that isnt much help, but it may give something? I have now been trading OandA via TradingView and that has been ok. But I miss some of the indicators used on NinjaTrader.

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