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FX Futures have been nagging me for a while

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I'm getting to the point where I need to size up and leaving sizeable cash for me with one of the US fx brokers is a bit of a concern given the industry history in the US. So I've always been thinking of the possibilities of mainly EUR/USD contracts. Is there some getting used to this or is there any other way around this in terms of my funds safety with any of the US fx brokerages? Thanks

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I'm getting to the point where I need to size up and leaving sizeable cash for me with one of the US fx brokers is a bit of a concern given the industry history in the US. So I've always been thinking of the possibilities of mainly EUR/USD contracts. Is there some getting used to this or is there any other way around this in terms of my funds safety with any of the US fx brokerages? Thanks

There is the Euro Currency Futures contract 6e in which you should be fine trading with any of the US Futures brokers. The currency pair eur/usd you would be better off opening an account with a Forex broker over seas.

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There is the Euro Currency Futures contract 6e in which you should be fine trading with any of the US Futures brokers. The currency pair eur/usd you would be better off opening an account with a Forex broker over seas.

you cant open with an overseas broker unfortunately , so you simply need to stick with what you have states side

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