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I got in a little mishap with the NFA and its on my record. Unfortunately it will follow me whereever i go, so looking for a fund that would be tolerant or at least let me explain the circumstances. If you have any ideas would be wide open. Tks
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They also offer spot forex besides futures and, from what I know, also higher amounts of capital than TST does. However, I couldn't find anything about platforms or about how one should submit those orders.
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Platform: various, but currently using X-Trader with plugin Tradingedge
Favorite Futures: currently Euribor, Bund, Bobl and Shatz
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I don't know whether it depends on which markets you're trading and from which exchange, but you could try markets other then the US markets, as to my understand (dont quote me on this) the NFA is an US based company focusing on US based futures.