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Oanda vs gain capital forex.com(us)

Anyone have experience with either brokers? Can't decide which one I should open an account with. I read a lot about Oanda and then capital again. Good and bad. Which one should I trust more? Thank you
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Belacam: Social Media Just got better

Bela was originally founded in January 2014 as a fork of Litecoin by a prominent developer known as Syntaks a.k.a. TwoTurtles. Bela was dead from approximately late 2014 to mid-2016 when The Ambia Fund took over from the original developer.
A team co-founded and led by Tyler Marx: CEO and Tanner Roughton: COO of Live Bela and Belacam have made Belacam as the main use for Bela and swapped the old broken coin to an ERC20 Token.
Belacam is the first peer-to-peer social media network where you get paid for friends you refer, the photos you post and likes you get. When you give someone’s post a like, you give them $0.5 Bela from your account. Each time one of your posts gets a like, you receive money from another real user.
Belacam has set aside 5,000,000 Bela Tokens to be distributed among Belacam user in the form of signup and referral bonuses, another 491,483 Belas for it’s bounty campaign and an additional 1,500,000 Bela Tokens as hack insurance
The Ambia Fund which is the parent company of Belacam has fortunately received a $150k seed investment from Mark Galant, the founder of GAIN Capital / Forex.com. Having someone of Galant’s calibre on the Belacam team is a tremendous asset considering his experience and ability to bring value to companies.
As the founder of GAIN Capital/Forex.com, Galant grew his company to a valuation of over $1 Billion and an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Forex.com is on pace to handle nearly $3 trillion in 2018 retail foreign exchange volume.
Belacam launches on July 20th, but you can pre-register now at https://belacam.com.
Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/LetsLiveBela
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Can Forex gains be written off as corporate gains instead of capital gains? (DE)

So essentially I would create a company and write up the income from Forex trading on the behalf of the company in order to pay less taxes? Also, how is the situation in Germany? Tried looking up on the Internet myself but did not really make much sense to me since different sources are saying different things. So I'm looking for someone that knows or have done this?
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Alert, forex.com swap rate grab

About a month ago, Gain Capitals Forex.com made some upgrades. They also drastically changed their swap rates. It appears like they are keeping much of the lending rate differences for themselves rather than passing the positive rates to their customers. The customers are much more likely to pay swaps every day if you keep trades open through the 5:00 pm time. It appears like they don’t want swing traders or carry traders. I am looking for a better broker for longer term trades that also take advantage of positive swap rates. Any suggestions? I live in the U.S.
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If I gained an average monthly return of 6% trading forex and reinvested my profits each month, would that be the equivalent of doubling my capital each year?

Gaining 6% is the same as multiplying by 1.06
Gaining 6% (and reinvesting the profits) twelve times a year would then be the same as multiplying by 1.0612 = 2.
Does that mean if I were to achieve 6% a month, I would be able to double by capital each year?
$1000, $2000, $4000, $8000, $16,000, $32,000, $64,000, $128,000, $256,000, $512,000, $Millionaire.
Also, how hard is it to gain a consistent monthly return of 6%? Is 6% a month a realistic goal by scalping every day, placing 5+ trades in a day?
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How to calculate capital gains/losses on FOREX CFDs?

Hi, I trade forex contracts for difference (CFD). So, I don't buy or sell foreign currencies, I buy and sell contracts that have FX prices as an underlying. There is no ownership of real currencies. Do I need to report capital gains/losses the same as for foreign currencies (convert the proceeds of disposition to Canadian dollars and convert the adjusted cost base of the property to Canadian dollars)?
https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/personal-income/line-127-capital-gains/completing-schedule-3/bonds-debentures-promissory-notes-other-similar-properties/foreign-currencies.html)
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Trade the most popular Forex pairs like EUR/USD, GBP/USD and EUR/GBP. Trade Forex with up to 1:300 leverage. With as little as 100$ you can gain the effect of 30 000$ capital!

Trade the most popular Forex pairs like EUUSD, GBP/USD and EUGBP. Trade Forex with up to 1:300 leverage. With as little as 100$ you can gain the effect of 30 000$ capital! submitted by fxcentral to u/fxcentral [link] [comments]

Forex Trading - Capital Gains or Business Income

-I trade forex throughout the week (around 10) -Generally close them out before the end of the day
Would this be counted as capital gains when I report or business income?
Would this income make me ineligible for Canada emergency Student benefit?
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Forex.com/GAIN Capital

I made a Reddit account just to post this. Do NOT use Forex.com/GAIN Capital. Their customer service is pushy, rude, and have hassled me to fund my account immediately after opening it. They also have technical issues with their systems. I've only had good experiences with one of their reps.
I recall one time I sent an ACH request but never saw the request occur on my bank's end (Goldman). I ended up contacting Forex.com and found out that an error occurred on Forex's end, resulting in the funds never clearing. Normally, this wouldn't be an issue since I could re-send the request but because of their error, they force closed my positions (which proceeded to fly) and shut down my account. This was AFTER I contacted their rep due to concerns about the ACH request not showing up on Goldman's end, and they told me the day before they shut down my account that there would be no issues so long as I had the cash (which I did).
After that, I decided to let bygones be bygones and attempted to reinstate my account. They ignored my support requests until I called them directly, and their rep told me there's nothing they can do since compliance automatically closes accounts, and that compliance's attitude is that "if the individual has account issues, we don't want to do business with them anyways." I would've sued them for their screw up but the amount was too immaterial (~$500) to justify the legal fees/hassle.
Since then, I've swapped to Oanda and their platform and service is VASTLY superior. Not only have they not hassled me about immediate funding, but their spreads don't fluctuate as much, and I've never had deposit issues or have had to deal with annoying reps. I've noticed that since I've swapped, I've been stopped out significantly less frequently. The only time spreads get kind of large is around the daily market reset, but that's standard for non-institutional Forex trading. Given the materially smaller spread volatility despite being a smaller broker, I have a suspicion that Forex.com intentionally creates slightly larger spreads than their liquidity pools would call for to profit off the arbitrage. I have no evidence other than experience, but I'd say I get stopped out about 1/4 as much now that I'm trading with Oanda (I use very tight stops). I hope GAIN Capital's attitude changes since it's cost them quite a bit of spread fees given my active trading and a lot in future business from my dis-recommendation to friends, family, and internet peeps.
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Canadian Forex Capital Gains Tax

I recently found out that (apparently) the cap gains tax rate is 50% in canada? So if i make say.. 100k in capital gains (just for easy math) i would then owe 50k to the government? Seems a tad excessive.. Making 100k a year and then still having to live a 50k lifestyle cause you know you'll owe 50k. Am i wrong, and if so, could someone explain this to me?
This kind of makes me not want to trade anymore to be honest.
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Does anyone trade forex uk as there many income? If so is it classed as capital gains tax?

I have read that forex is tax free uk as it is classed as spread betting but also read that it’s classed as capital gains so not to sure on this.
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Do Forex gains scale linearly with capital?

I started a $300 account as you guys know a while ago, and grew it to about $700, had a down period back to around $550 all in the span of a week with around 5-10% risk on trades (high I know, but it's a small account, early days.)
What I'm wondering though is, does this mean I could've turned a $3000 account into a $5000 account? What about a 30K account into a 50k account?
At what stage does liquidity effects start to make it not scale linearly?
(This is assuming my risk management/emotions are the same with 30k as they are with $300).
(Ofcourse I'm not silly enough to actually use more than 1-3% risk with a 30k account).
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How do you report capital gains tax on forex trading?

For tax season, (for nonprofessional traders) when you report capital gains tax on your forex trading (and CFDs etc), do you enter each and every trade separately? Or do you calculate a total figure and just report that? After making many trades every day, it seem ridiculous to declare each and every trade separately for capital gain tax. Hows it done?
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[Business] - China to maintain tight rein on capital outflows despite gains in forex reserves | South China Morning Post

[Business] - China to maintain tight rein on capital outflows despite gains in forex reserves | South China Morning Post submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]

[Business] - China to maintain tight rein on capital outflows despite gains in forex reserves

[Business] - China to maintain tight rein on capital outflows despite gains in forex reserves submitted by AutoNewsAdmin to SCMPauto [link] [comments]

(SCMP) China to maintain tight rein on capital outflows despite gains in forex reserves

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Capital gains tax on FOREX?

Me and my friend have been playing around shorting the AUD the last couple of weeks, done quite successfully as you may have guessed. My concern is reading somewhere that FOREX returns need be taxed 50% under the capital gains tax? Am I just batshit crazy or am I about to give 50% of my earnings to the government. Google forums are quite vague.
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Dark Thursday for Forex stocks: Gain Capital -9%, Plus500 -7%

Dark Thursday for Forex stocks: Gain Capital -9%, Plus500 -7% submitted by gersegal to Forex [link] [comments]

FX Ground Rumbling: Gain Capital Rebuffs FXCM Takeover, Buys Global Futures & Forex

FX Ground Rumbling: Gain Capital Rebuffs FXCM Takeover, Buys Global Futures & Forex submitted by hftthrowaway to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Taxes for Forex trading

Can anyone help me by providing me resources on how i can learn when and how i would pay taxes if i was to start a Forex account as a full time job any advice would help as im struggling to find answers and the government site does an awful job of trying to explain taxes.
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US Taxes

For any US traders out there that are profitable and paying taxes, what overall % can I expect to keep/lose from taxes.
For example I can expect to keep 50% of my profits and pay the other 50% to taxes.
Does anyone have any roundabout numbers or %?
I’ve read what US forex traders usually have to do for filing taxes but it’s hard to really get an idea of that without having actual money to use, and I still kinda don’t understand it. So I’m just looking for a rounded number or something.
Thanks
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Anyone know how forex is taxed in Ontario?

Just wondering if anyone who lives in Canada, specifically knows how forex is taxed in Ontario? :)
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1. Forex Charts by eSignal with GAIN Capital - BETA

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