|By PR Newswire||
|April 10, 2014 08:14 PM EDT||
LONDON, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Alex Johnson, the spokesperson, for Independent Investor said "With the vast number of brokers available today, people are often overwhelmed. After careful research into broker comparisons, at IndependentInvestor.com we realised that traders needed an easier way to do their due-diligence, for this reason we have made it our mission to provide a one-stop section that provides all the data needed to select the broker that will work best for the individual trader."
The company will provide a comparison system for easier Forex, CFD and Spread Betting broker comparisons by including important factors such as commissions, bonuses, ratings, accessibility, and more. The spokesperson also stated they will be adding brokers on a weekly basis and plan to provide consumers with the largest collection of reputed brokers.
Alex Johnson added: "When selecting a broker often time's important factors are overlooked such as minimum balances, withdrawal fees as well as fee structures. Our objective is to provide this information as well as information on the various trading platforms, margins, trading systems, software as well as the broker's customer support system."
Each and every trader has their own likes and dislikes as well as specific requirements, what will work for one trader may not work for the other. By providing the largest selection of broker comparisons, and providing the trader thorough information, each investor is able to form their own opinion, and select what they feel works best for their specific needs.
Alex Johnson also stated, "We are also adding new guides, videos and sections which will also help the investor make smarter trades."
It is important to understand the risks involved in Spread Betting, Forex trading and CFD Trading. financial spread betting, FX and CFDs are leveraged products and carry a great deal of risk. The possibility to lose more than your initial investment is higher with leveraged products, and further payments may be necessary. These types of products may not be suitable for all traders, understand the risks before investing.
SOURCE Independent Investor
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