I've already posted this in another thread and would like to add here. I don't think the reason of problems that might occur with a broker depends on it regulated or not regulated basis. For example Cysec, one the most popular nd well-known FX regulator. I don't feel like i'm blacken it, but still have info that it's not that hard to buy their license. So what i'm trying to say is that we can't think that regulated broker is a good one and unregulated one - a bad. Moreover once I've made a research that some well-known brokers have information about their licenses, not having a links to see a license itself. So I just choose my Broker, it's new one, and even it's only in process of obtaining license - I've already earned with it, I trust it and my advice is choose the Broker that brings you profit, that is the only thing that matters on the FX market. Recently, I began to see more and more well-known names of regulated brokers in the discussions about the fraud and so on. As it turned out, these brokers do not withdraw money to its customers. Moreover (I will not write the name of the broker, since I have nothing to do with it), but the broker who has most in the world numbers of licenses and who is one of the three world's leading brokers, does not withdraw money as well.