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Do you want to create a Micro forex trading account?

A micro account caters mainly to the retail investor who seeks exposure to foreign exchange (forex) trading but doesn't want to risk a lot of money. The Micro account can help you estimate your profit exactly with the trading tools that FBS offers you, such as the Trader's calculator. All you need to open the Micro account at FBS is to make an initial deposit of $5 and verify your account
How Do I Begin Forex Trading? Do you also have this question?
Read in this blog 5 important actions you may do to begin your forex trading experience.
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Forex Mini Account Brokers | Forex Micro Account Brokers

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Looking for forex broker with a cent or micro account that offers BTCUSD with low spreads.

I have been looking around for forex brokers with a cent or micro account that offer BTCUSD with low spreads. But all I have found so far are brokers with such ridiculous high spreads, that a trader will be unable to even think of making any money or testing a strategy on a cent or micro account.
Does anyone know of any good brokers with low spreads for BTCUSD on cent or micro accounts?
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Looking for forex broker with a cent or micro account that offers BTCUSD with low spreads.

I have been looking around for forex brokers with a cent or micro account that offer BTCUSD with low spreads. But all I have found so far are brokers with such ridiculous high spreads, that a trader will be unable to even think of making any money or testing a strategy on a cent or micro account.
Does anyone know of any good brokers with low spreads for BTCUSD on cent or micro accounts?
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Looking for forex broker with a cent or micro account that offers BTCUSD with low spreads.

I have been looking around for forex brokers with a cent or micro account that offer BTCUSD with low spreads. But all I have found so far are brokers with such ridiculous high spreads, that a trader will be unable to even think of making any money or testing a strategy on a cent or micro account.
Does anyone know of any good brokers with low spreads for BTCUSD on cent or micro accounts?
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Looking for forex broker with a cent or micro account that offers BTCUSD with low spreads.

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Looking for forex broker with a cent or micro account that offers BTCUSD with low spreads. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Paying on Your Travels Abroad - Forex Card vs Credit Card vs Fiat Currency vs Bank Account

Been researching a little on the best way to pay when traveling abroad. Here's what I found. Eager to know what this sub thinks.
When you travel outside India, there are restrictions in how you can pay. The biggest concern is usually forex i.e. foreign exchange differences. As of 29 June 2022, it takes roughly 57 INR to make 1 SGD if I do that transaction via HDFC Bank. However, if I were to convert in my local city airport, the figure would be different. The same applies if I choose to do in Changi Airport, say, today itself. Not to mention the conversion fee in both latter cases.
This makes understanding the best way pay during your international travels a critical discussion. Especially if you are like me who is not a fan of paying heavy markups. I recently paid over 8K INR as markup fee to HDFC Bank because of an agent mess-up.
Thankfully, there are ways to limit the overhead when you convert currencies. Do note that it is impossible to avoid overhead. If you see foreign exchange, get ready to pay extra.
There are basically 3 common ways to make payments abroad:
  1. Get a forex card from the country where you are a citizen
  2. Use a credit card with international payments switched on
  3. Convert currencies locally and carry fiat money during travel
There is a 4th method that involves creating a bank account. This is not feasible if you travel as a tourist. Hence, it is out of the scope of this writeup.

Forex Card Basics for Travels

The idea is to refill a card with money where the currency exchange rate is fixed. If you buy a forex card today and fill it with INR 57k, you'll get about SGD 1K in that card. The biggest advantage is that the exchange rate is locked after you fill it. The card will still have SGD 1K when I travel to Singapore 6 months later.
There are single-currency and multi-currency forex cards, which are self-explanatory. The latter is a better option in most cases. However, if you only plan to travel to Phillipines because Liu Sin Ma ChooChoo from Facebook - your online flame - lives there, go ahead with an SIF.
Other benefits include not having to carry cash, fraud protection, electronic payment, etc.
Forex cards can be bought for free sometimes. HDFC charges 500++ for a new forex card and then charges 75++ every time you refill it. Electronic payments (say, when you pay for a hotel abroad), there is usually no charge. I say usually because the hotel should accept the currencies available in your FX card. Otherwise, you'll be charged cross-currency fees, which if I could ELI5, I would have been effing Raghuram Rajan.
Some banks seem to add a markup even when you pay using a forex card. However, this is not exactly black and white. I have found that banks usually charge a hidden fee even for electronic payments. Compare this with a Niyo Global FX that markets itself with 0% joining and markup fee. Due diligence is required here. In any case, prefer a reputable non-bank if you opt for FX card.
This sub's endorsement for forex from early in 2022 - https://www.reddit.com/IndiaInvestments/comments/sesv1o/im_moving_to_uk_next_month_for_my_studied_and_i/

Credit Card as a Payment Method Abroad?

If you have enabled international transactions on your credit card (which you shouldn't generally as frauds are attracted to them), you can pay through it during your travels. The only major drawback is the currency conversion markup fee levied by your CC bank. This can range from 1%++ to 3.5%++ which can be a lot if you are staying at the Ritz. Remember the 8K markup I paid? It was heartbreaking. I would have considered buying Reddit Premium for myself and then dropped the plan later.
I recommend CCs (VISA and Mastercard; Diners Club is a small club) as backup plans unless you have OneCard that offers 1% markup. The drawback here is that credit limits are laughable. BOB Financial, you unhelpful itch!
Useful thread from 2019 on forex vs credit debate - https://www.reddit.com/IndiaInvestments/comments/ap3w0t/forex_vs_credit_card/


Simply convert INR to any currency and carry it. However, we're in 2022, and a lot of global merchants don't accept it anymore. Few friends who are in Scotland right now said even local transit system insisted on card payment. They had taken 100K INR in cash and didn't use even half of it.
Converting cash in India has a hidden conversion fee whether you did it via an exchange agency or a travel portal. No one will tell you the fee as it is absorbed in the converted amount. I converted 20K INR into USD in late 2021 and saw that the calculation was 1 USD = 71 INR. Not a rip off but you get the idea.
Drawback is exchange variations and the need to handle cash during the trip.
I recommend some cash for local expenses. Say, you want to tip your gigolo when in Thailand? Go right ahead and slip that crunchy on his chest vest.

Bottom Line

The comparison between forex and credit cards is consequential. Both are good but I feel forex cards are slightly better as they also allow ATM withdrawals for a small fee. For instance, HDFC MMT card charges $2 for every USD withdrawal. That's a steal when compared to a withdrawal made via a CC.
What do I do?
If you want to know, I go the extra mile. I have 2 forex cards so far, one a HDFC multi-currency one and the other a Mastercard exclusive gifted my previous employer. I applied for a Niyo Global yesterday.
I have 4 CCs with decent limits + OneCard with 1% markup. All these are different charge back brands, so they all act as good buffer. If Discover doesn't work, I'll use MC and then never visit that merchant again.
I also convert some cash to the tune of 20K INR just to keep them in me and my partner's common bag and then pretend to not notice when a few big notes out of it travels its way from a hand or two to a fully waxed thorax portion beneath a fishnet.
This may read tricky to some who haven't travelled and paid abroad before. So, the best way to do this is to learn for experience and use this guide as a "Haan, u/rhoul ne bola tha!"
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Help! Forex.com Commission Account vs STP Pro

Hello everyone,
I recently opened up a commission account on Forex.com and am wondering if anyone can explain the difference between that account and the STP Pro account.
I have made several attempts to look online for the answer but I have not found a clear one yet.
According to the website, the STP Pro account benefits high volume traders, but what exactly are the benefits and how do they compare to the commission account.
Thanks in advance.
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Pumps - Pro Bike Mini Floor Vs Lezyne Micro Floor ?

Currently debating between these two pumps to replace an old Zefal HP. The Zefal matches the looks of my 80s touring frame nicely but I find I hate that it doesn't use a hose and these new mini floor pumps just look much nicer to use since I can put a foot down on the fold out piece.
Since this is for touring I am more concerned about ergonomics than absolute weight or length - I will be mounting this under a large basket on top of my rear rack so there is plenty of room (and this will hide it so looks do not matter).
Both of these mini floor pumps look pretty similar and durable - the Pro Bike is quite a bit cheaper however the Lezyne comes with more options like an optional gauge and also a high pressure Vs high volume model. I am running 38C tires normally around 45 PSI so high volume seems like a better choice (I assume that means it will pump faster than the HP).
Links to each item:
  1. Anybody know how the Pro Bike Tool compares in terms of volume Vs pressure ?
  2. Has anyone used either of these or both ?
  3. Any other recommendations ?
  4. Anyone have any recommendations for a separate guage or an inline guage I could add to either of these ?
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MicroKorg vs MiniFreak?

For the greatest small synth... has the Mini Freak taken the crown from the MicroKorg ?
20 Reasons We Still Love the microKORG, 20 Years Later.
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Mini PC for Docker/VMs, NUC vs TinyMiniMicro, TrueNAS Scale/Unraid/Proxmox

I'm going round and round trying to decide on a Mini PC (1L or less) to play around with dockers and virtual machines. This is for homelab experimentation, nothing critical. This isn't going to need to run large storage. I have little Linux experience or of virtualization software, beyond playing with VMWare on Mac and some dockers on QNAP, and I dislike like anything that requires much command line. I'll be happy to do most everything through GUIs at least after initial setup.
My other gear - Mac Mini M1, Macbook Pro, no Windows or Linux machines, old QNAP NAS 4-bay storage, pfSense router running on small fanless box, Unifi WiFi and wired networking, server rack.
It will be running headless without monitor on a shelf in a server rack. I'd like something recent, cost is a factor but not the most important one I guess I could go up to about $1000 but have some flexibility. Power efficiency is quite important so I'm looking at TDP 35w or below for the CPU. At first I was going to get a TinyMiniMicro 1L machine and had decided on a recent Lenovo Tiny model such as P350/P360 because of the PCIe slot that I could add additional NICs later. Then I started looking at some of the 11th and 12th Gen Intel NUCs, which were appealing because of the Thunderbolt ports to which I could later add 10gbe adapters, and some models ("L" in SKU) had Dual NICs. Or ASRock 4x4 1260P. Faster than 1gbe networking would be a plus. That said I don't plan on doing router type functions with this device and will keep my pfSense box. vPro seemed like something that would be useful, but now I'm not so sure. Discrete graphics seem fairly unimportant for this but tell me if I'm wrong.
Then I started reading about Intel hybrid power + efficiency cores and various incompatibilities with OSes and hypervisors and now I'm a bit lost as to what to get in terms of device with suitable CPU.
At first i wanted to try Proxmox or ESXI as a hypervisor, but after reading about TrueNAS Scale and Unraid I wonder, despite the fact that they are more storage oriented, if one of these would be an easier and more GUI-friendly way to play around with dockers and virtual machines, given that I'm unlikely to be doing anything complex. It seems these may not be suitable for running off a single drive, though most of the hardware I'm looking at can add a second SSD.
So there we go... any and all advice would be most welcome!
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microG vs. Fake Gmail Account: What's the difference?

Title. I was watching this video and the guy mentioned microG gives you a fake profile for your phone when interacting with Google's services.
My question is: What's the difference between using microG and creating a fake Gmail account and using that instead for your daily driver? If both are essentially fake identities to interface with Google, what's the difference?
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Orange Micro Dark vs Soldano SLO-Mini

I am looking to grab a mini amp to serve as a desktop amp in my office away from my main rig. Love both of these options for high gain mini amps, but was wondering if anyone that had used them had an opinion one way or the other. Initially, I love that the Soldano has more tone shaping controls than the micro dark, but my main amp is an Orange Super Crush and I do love the Orange sound.
A point in the Micro Dark's favor is the headphone out, though I might be running them into a 1x12 I like the option of being able to plug in my headphones to play silently.
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Korg microKEY 2 49 vs MIDIPLUS X4 Mini?

not much more to say to it,
price is similar,
I need:
- good keybed
- good modulation capability
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CWF micro arcadian vs Reylight mini pineapple

I have the mini pineapple, and have heard alot of good things about the micro arcadian. Is it worth it? Which would you choose?Please explain.
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A1 vs A2 micro SD card, does it matter for Miyoo mini?

I'm guessing the answer is likely no, since it is a fairly cheap Chinese emulation consoles likely not expected to be using a 60 to $70 performance micro SD card. That said, I am curious if anyone has tested the difference in terms of performance between an A1 and A2 card with the Mini?
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Dell Optiplex 7050 micro vs HP Elitedesk 800 G3 mini

I have found good deals for both mini PCs, both have the same CPU, RAM and SSD, one has WLAN module.
- Dell Optiplex 7050 micro, i5 6500T, 16GB, 256GB SSD + WLAN
- HP Elitedesk 800 G3 mini, i5 6500T, 16GB, 256GB SSD
Both are used/refurbished, found on Ebay, sounds like both are reputable sellers, similar price.
My use case: I want to use it as my main Linux desktop for development a few hours a day, no Windows, no 24/7 server. WLAN is not the showstopper for me, I have LAN connection at office, I can use USB WiFi dongles as well.
My decision criteria would be perhaps based on:
- Reliability and quality
- Noise
- Power consumption for average work load
Any recommendation and thoughts ?
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micro e mini s & p 500 index futures vs bni am index idx 30

jadi gw make app pluang trs gw bingung milih s & p ato idx 30
trus kok s & p nya micro e mini futures
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My Omegaboxes: Main vs Mini account.

My Omegaboxes: Main vs Mini account.
This community quest to get 4 billion takedowns is being so much fun. LMAOOO
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Best Forex Micro Currency Accounts in 2022

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New to forex: when a commission is quoted ($2/lot, $5/lot, etc.), is it pro-rated for mini/micro lots?

edit: So I spoke to Oanda, and it appears my understanding was all wrong, at least as far as Oanda is concerned. Unlike margin with regard to stocks, there is *no* margin interest charged at all. Apparently, only the swap interested is charged, and only at end of the day if you are holding the currency. The CS rep was quite adamant that there would be no finance charge associated with operating on margin and stated that every trade was made "on margin" whether you exceeded your balance or not. Long story short, it appears that the answer to my question is that you only get charged once, not twice, and only for positions held at the end of the day. (I guess it's like a game of hot potato --- whoever holds the currency at 5 pm gets to pay the interest, which makes sense I suppose; otherwise, they'd be double-dipping on the interest.)

So if it's $5/lot and I buy 1 nano lot, do I pay $.05, or do I pay $5?
I'm confused because it seems like there's would be no use case for some non-commission accounts, for instance, Oanda.
If I understand correctly, Oanda's Commission account charges $5/$100,000, which, if I understand properly, is basically the same as .5 pips.
Their non-commission account has a spread that is .8 pips higher than the commission account.
How does the non-commission account make any sense if it is .3 pips more expensive?
The only thing I could think of is that it's easier to comprehend the commission you are paying because if you get out at a higher price than you got in, you made a profit, whereas you have to remember to add in an extra .5 pips if you're on the commission account. But regardless, you still seem to be paying an extra .3 pips no matter what...?
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