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    Which broker, for realistic volume.
    My understanding is that in forex, we can not have true volume, but is the volume from one broker or one type of broker more realistic than the other? If so which broker.

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    what do you mean by volume in this case?

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    If you are talking about allowed volumes, my advice choose a broker with minimum 0.01 lot. For example, freshforex. It gives $1000 no deposit bonus by the way, so you can try to trade at this broker without any investments.

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    According to my trading experience, first of all I will be looking for in a broker is, if they are regulated or not. And then I will see their deposit and withdrawal system how it works. Now I am using Trade12 broker which is regulated and for all time make sure security of funds at any deposits with Easy withdrawal system without long time process.

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    I will suggest you use FreshForex broker for realistic volume cause they are absolutely regulated even though they are providing topmost deposit bonuses that is 300% and 1:2000 ratio leverage facilities.

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    in ro ham eslah kon:
    Quote Originally Posted by gamechanger View Post
    what do you mean by volume in this case?
    There is a concept called tick volume in FX which can be used as a measure of current volatility, for exchange-traded instruments volume is amount of an asset traded in a particular trade. It helps to spot large orders which obviously should contain information if the asset is overvalued or undervalued.

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