QUOTE(johnmak @ Feb 15 2012, 05:22 PM)
The most important factor to look for when choosing a FOREX broker is whether or not they're regulated. Any U.S. based FOREX broker should be registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and should also be a member of the National Futures Association (NFA).
You can visit the NFAs website and look up any FOREX broker you're interested in.
If you have your TP in 40 pips or more, if you don't try to "cheat the market" by placing pending orders in 2pips near market before news release. If you have really profitable strategy (not a superb EA that bring 500pips per day)... I mean, if you a not an extra aggressive scalper or some like that - no matter what broker you use. You will be profitable and happy with almost any of them, but if you expect to earn one million dollars in a three month with your 100 deposit - no matter what broker you use - you will lost your money and probably you will blame your broker.