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AMP Futures and Mirus (NinjaTrader Brokerage as of June 30 2014), which one is better

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+1 on the thought of calling. I like email, too, and I think some feel uncomfortable on the phone with brokers, maybe if they're new to trading, that they don't know how it all works? I don't know, but the thought of sending emails for weeks and not simply calling seems like an odd choice.

I've had the email not acknowledged with AMP, too, but got them on the phone fine. It could be that they have a central email address, not individualized? I don't recall. My infinity broker has been great for email, and he has one dedicated to him. Perhaps that little tweak, of assigning a person a specific broker with an individualized email as soon as they even do a demo account would solve much of these problems. But until then, definitely call on the phone.

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Good summary.

Not to be a prick, but~~if one is not a native english speaker I would suggest they go with globalfutures.com

If a native english speaker--make the call.

Emails back and forth--lost in spam--lost in cyberspace; c'mon!

Just call and be a prick on the phone until you are talking with the right person.

Online chat--that is also slow and inefficient.

Man up! This is real money, not monopoly or World of Warcraft gaming or whatever...

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Hi All
So given that I use AMP and make money how do you get your profits from amp ?
How fast and easy is this.

Neil

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Hi All
So given that I use AMP and make money how do you get your profits from amp ?
How fast and easy is this.

Neil

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Why do all dudes from Aussie-ville try and wind up the yanks, eh?

You are a troll.

Obviously it is called a bank wire or a certified check.

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Not sure if I should take insult with your comments or not.

I was being serious .

With some brokers you connect to your account via the internet, nominate a amount and do a wire transfer, all yourself no broker interaction required . Funds transferred next day.
My current broker requires paper forms to be filled out and faxed off, a week or two later you may receive a cheque that takes another 3 days to clear.

So I didn't think I had unreasonable questions but thanks for your answers.

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Not sure if I should take insult with your comments or not.

I was being serious .

With some brokers you connect to your account via the internet, nominate a amount and do a wire transfer, all yourself no broker interaction required . Funds transferred next day.
My current broker requires paper forms to be filled out and faxed off, a week or two later you may receive a cheque that takes another 3 days to clear.

So I didn't think I had unreasonable questions but thanks for your answers.

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Ahh, no worries then.

Bottom line; Amp if fine. Mirus is fine. So is Velocity. So is Optimus. So is Global. Another 5+ easily. 1/2 a dozen of one and 6 of the other.

I would just recommend everyone use the phone and try and talk with someone at the firm they are dealing with who 'knows things.'

And follow-up and confirm.

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AMP fine doesn't really answer the question though.

Do you have or had an AMP account ?

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AMP fine doesn't really answer the question though.

Do you have or had an AMP account ?

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No offense to you (are you a newbie)?

I am done with this discussion.

I have had brokerage accounts with at least 20 brokers in my 27+ year full-time trading career.

Go ahead--spend 2 months on this burning question.

Wow! I must be on my period today; I have NO luck with Aussie trolls.

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So after 3 replies I guess your answer is, "you have no idea" you just like to throw insults. SAD.

Neil.

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So after 3 replies I guess your answer is, "you have no idea" you just like to throw insults. SAD.

Neil.

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Neil,

I am going to apologize for my posts to you.

I have used Amp in the past and currently do so in two of my accounts.

Perhaps I am one of the 'lucky' ones; they treat me right. Maybe it is the size of the account I have there. It is just my own personal experience.

Finally, I have been @Amps physical location--the guys there are very polite and cordial and responsive to my needs (both in person and on the phone).

Regardless, again; sir--I apologize for getting personal. You were just being persistent and I misinterpreted that.

Finally, most others have had a less-than satisfactory experience with them according to a 'source' that emailed me recently.

All brokers should give clients good service; emails included, no matter the small retail trader or an 'exchange member' rate(s) trader.

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Hello people.
From what I read till now I still don't know what the problem exactly is with AMP. Almost everyone is complaining about rudeness of amp's employees.
One said that he has lost 9600$ but show no evidence for a such thing.

I actually can understand why someone can be rude because I have a friend who works in a hosting company and the questions that receives are out of sync at all. I even wonder how someone could asks something so stupid like who is Google(literally).

About closing trades that have never been opened....How this can happen when there are so many regulations ? This is something I would like to know.

Also for what do you want to talk with the broker ? I have never had the need to talk to my broker for anything else than transactions and fees.

I also saw that on sim account some trades has been gone. But gone from where ? And in real account how can you have a trade that later can be gone and not existent ? All orders go to the exchange, so if there is no exchange you couldn't transmit an order, or I am wrong ?

Please explain to me. I know that are many questions but after I read this thread I am stunned and I need to know what is going on here.

Thank you!

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