coastbeats
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Hey guys,

Im 18 and I will be starting university in September this year. I have decided to start trading when uni starts.

I will be focusing on the forex market but I was wondering what are the best websites which have an easy interface and good graphs. Saxocapital looks promising but I would prefer something more simple.

Please note that my initial capital isn't huge and so I would prefer a website which takes the least commission from trades.

Thanks for your help.


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Any of the London Capital Group platforms are easy to use and have low bid/offer spreads, e.g. Tradefair. ETX Capital has the prettiest graphs I've seen but spreads are slightly wider. City Index (or Finspreads etc) has low spreads and graphs are fine. IG is generally considered the best but never tried it myself.

Best to open a few accounts and take the introductory offers because that's the only edge you'll get trading forex. Roulette is fun too: http://casino.ladbrokes.com/en/online-roulette/game
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(Original post by Scherbo)
Any of the London Capital Group platforms are easy to use and have low bid/offer spreads, e.g. Tradefair. ETX Capital has the prettiest graphs I've seen but spreads are slightly wider. City Index (or Finspreads etc) has low spreads and graphs are fine. IG is generally considered the best but never tried it myself.

Best to open a few accounts and take the introductory offers because that's the only edge you'll get trading forex. Roulette is fun too: http://casino.ladbrokes.com/en/online-roulette/game
I am not spread betting....


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(Original post by coastbeats)
I am not spread betting....


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My mistake, hope you realise it's pretty much the same thing though. I had an account with Alpari which was good. Open one that lets you trade micro lots if you don't want to risk too much.
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You won't learn very much of use doing this.

Getting a focused understanding of the market, edges (or initially, why you're so far behind the other participants) and where you fit in all of that is a very different thing.
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