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What I am most interested in right now is which broker matches up the best with NT.

The reason I came to this question is I signed up for a MBT demo account and when I was connecting it to NT I got a message letting me know about features that NT has but MBT does not support.

So again, which broker supports all or most of NT's features?

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What are those features that MBT doesn't support?

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What I am most interested in right now is which broker matches up the best with NT.

The reason I came to this question is I signed up for a MBT demo account and when I was connecting it to NT I got a message letting me know about features that NT has but MBT does not support.

So again, which broker supports all or most of NT's features?

If you want low margins and commissions and know what you are doing, I would suggest AMP.

If you have a little more cash to start out and will need a guiding hand, I would suggest Optimus.


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What are those features that MBT doesn't support?

Now that I look at it closer I guess its not that big of an issue. It looks like it is the other way around that features that MBT has are not supported in NT.

Sorry for the confusion.

I am currently trying out different brokers to see what I like best.

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Hi low margin and comms rates is one side of it, but overall support and customer care is also, the cheapest isn't always the best. E.g. you want someone who's support desk are responsive and quick. Otherwise you want to google the firm and see what other peoples experiences have been, starting with the recent bad reviews :-)

Also some of them offer really crappy and slow data services that are liable to instability (not naming any names). But you'll see those in the reviews. Worth consideration also..unless you get your data separately.

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