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Liquid Markets (out of business) is an offshore broker. Your money is not safe.

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LQD Markets closed operations

Following the decision by the Swiss National Bank to remove the informal peg between the Swiss franc and the euro, which prompted volatility across the foreign exchange markets, LQD Markets (UK) Limited (“LQD”) has experience trading difficulties and has been in close liaison with the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) about this.

Following consultation with the FCA and professional advisers, on 27 January 2015 LQD applied to the FCA for a number of requirements to be imposed on LQD and its business. Following this application, the FCA places these requirements on LQD’s permission (which is available for inspection on the Financial Services Register). These requirements include that LQD:

(1) cease carrying on any business that involves the carrying on of any regulated activities. 

(2) terminate any existing derivatives contracts to which it is a party (whether as agent or principal).

In compliance with these requirements, LQD is no longer able to enter into any transactions or carry on any other business with clients and the open positions of any existing clients in derivative transactions are being closed immediately. Clients can obtain further information about these transactions by logging into their client account.

Any further material developments will be notified by further notice on this website and messages accessible through client accounts.  

 

Headquarters: The Broadgate Tower, Level 12, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2EW.

Country: United Kingdom

Regulated by: FSA UK

 

Mini account

Deposits: $500

Maximum leverage: 1:500

Spreads: 1.8 pips on EURUSD

Minimum trade size: 0.01 lots (micro lot)

 

Premium account

Deposits: $10,000 or more

Maximum leverage: 1:200

Spreads: 0.9 pips on EURUSD

Minimum trade size: 0.01 lots (micro lot)

 

Spread:

Fixed, from 0.9 pips

 

Platform: Metatrader 4

 

Deposit/Withdraw

Bank Wire, Credit card,  PayPalSkrill (MoneyBookers), E-wallets

 

Account Currencies: EUR, USD, CHF, GBP, JPY, AUD, NOK, SEK, DKK, PLN, HUF, ZAR

 


What we think about Liquid Markets (out of business)

Once you know your trading, you can't go wrong signing up with Liquid Markets – 99.97% of the market orders placed with the broker are filled without any slippage or re-quotes, and as far as limit/stop orders are concerned, 92.6% of these are executed at the requested price or better. 

 
Liquid Markets is a Cypriot forex and CFD broker. Previously known as TadawulFX, the broker recently re-branded and introduced a number of features to the traders' delight. 
 
Customers can choose between the broker's dealing desk and ECN models and make the best of their trading, according to their style and strategy. The minimum that one can deposit initially is $500 so this may not be the best place for you if you are an absolute beginner. Islamic accounts are also available. 
 
The spreads at Liquid Market's are quite tight, starting at 0.9 pips fixed on MT4 accounts.
 
The broker regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and is registered with regulators in 10 more countries. Being MiFID compliant and a member of the Investor Compensation fund, Liquid Markets ensures the security of customer money. 
 
Liquid Markets' customers can take advantage of automated trading via the ZuluTrade and Currensee platforms. 
 
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Traders` reviews for Liquid Markets (out of business)

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The most disgusting

In my point of view, this is a very disgusting fx broker.

1. Always off quote, I need to try more than 10 times to close the trades.

2. When market fluctuates, there will be no connection.

This is very bad one.

kenykau 10/29/2013
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