forexbroker guideWell first of all a little disclaimer, forex IS BANNED in Vietnam and we DO NOT encourage you to trade forex if you are Vietnamesse!

Choosing the right forex broker to conduct your foreign currency exchange trading activities seems relatively easy on the surface. Unfortunately, when you look a little deeper, you’ll soon find that it’s important to choose the right account to suit you, or you could face problems later.

Many people still believe that you cant make money with forex , if you are one of them, then please look at Yahoo Answers forum and you will see honest and unbiased testimonials from real forex traders who made and now now earn their living online trading currencies! When people hear about someone making living on forex markets, they think it is TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE. While the opposite is truth in this case.

You’ll need a forex trading account if you intend to generate profits from trading foreign currencies, and an online forex account can give you a significant amount of freedom. When you trade online, you have the ability to place trades at any time of the day or night from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

Here are some other considerations to think about before signing up for your forex account:

Broker reputation is first and foremost thing to look for !

One of the first things to look for is the overall reputatoin of a company you want to deal with. First of all, head over to most famous forex trading forums and check whether your chosen broker in Vietnam has got good reputation. You will have to figure it out on your own, simply by reading many threads, where people discuss the company they trade with right now.

“In case you find a brokerage that seems to be inserious leave it! Do not put all your money in it, under no circumstances !”

For instance in Western Europe (for example in Italy ) were forex is NOT prohibited like here in Vietnam, traders really like to trade with infamous Plus500 broker which is one of most popular brokerages with massive advertising budget. You can go and check this italian plus500 review in this article. Well although Plus500 offer unlimited time to test forex demo account they have been facing a lot of compliants from traders, that were addressed to Cysec committee during the year 2017,  but obviously  Plus500 sustained their license without a problem! We recommend you try them if you are located in Europe, for Vietnamesse trader it can be a problem since forex is not permitted here.

Trading Costs

Most forex brokers don’t charge any trading fees or commissions. Instead, they charge a ‘spread’. This is the difference between the bid and ask price. They add the spread onto the price of the trade and keep this as their fee for your trade. Spreads can vary greatly between brokers.

It’s important to understand how these things are calculated, as you may find that the bid/ask price represents a spread that is higher than other brokers may charge and could impact your profitability.

You could also find that the type of forex trading account or online forex account you choose can impact the trading costs associated with trading. This means some brokers will charge a much lower spread for high-volume traders and charge a higher spread for those traders who place trades less frequently.


Even though you might think one single pip (or point of currency value) might not look like much, consider trading on a 5 pip spread instead of a 4 pip spread. One tiny pip worth of currency value looks so incredibly small. Yet it still could represent a 25% on your overall trading costs.

When you multiply this amount by the amount of high leverage available through most forex trading accounts, those tiny pips suddenly multiply into vast amounts of money. This is especially true with leverage available of ratios up to 200:1.

Demo Account

Before signing up for a forex trading account, be sure you have access to a demo version. This can allow you to see how the spreads are calculated, how the platform works and what kind of analytical information is available on your online forex account.

You also have the opportunity to place trades within your demo account that can show you how quickly each trade is facilitated and executed. You’ll be more aware if that particular forex account is the right one for you before you commit any of your own money into the deals.

Watch this video from Mr.Broker who will also tell you that he believes FCA and FCA licensed brokers only. What do u think about this ? Please comment below this article!

Trade Sizes

There are plenty of forex accounts that accept standard sized trades, but if you’re a little more cautious about how much of your own money you want to spend, you might consider opting for a micro trading account or even a mini trading account.

These can allow you to place trades for significantly smaller amounts, which can limit the amount of capital you expose during each trade. You will also find that the amount of deposit needed to begin trading is also substantially lower, ranging from just $25 to get started up to around $200. These types of online forex accounts can be an excellent way to get a feel for forex trading.