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Yes I use Saxobank.
No they don't tell you what to buy and sell. In fact as a "retail" customer you acknowledge a disclaimer advising that you understand the risks and know you could lose money.
Actually you don't need a broker to advise you. There is plenty of good advice online and in print.
I'd recommend reading this book.
This might be a good place to start:
It was written by a Canadian teacher who taught internationally for several years. The book has a number of different sections pertaining to different nationalities.
Hope that helps!
Read this book, you can flip to and quickly read the part about finding a good, honest, advisor. You can use it even if you're not an expat.
I am in the same boat. US Citizen living in Germany, married almost 2 years to a German citizen and looking into my financial options.
I've seen this book for sale that I'll eventually look into, but currently I don't know anything about the author or credibility of the book.
You can try asking over at /r/ExpatFinance but it's not a very active sub.
I suggest reading The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing. The author of that book, Andrew Hallam has a good blog about expat investing as well.
Start here: https://www.amazon.ca/Global-Expatriates-Guide-Investing-Millionaire/dp/1119020980
Good luck! :)
Several people on this sub have recommended this book: The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing: From Millionaire Teacher to Millionaire Expat.
I have read it and found it to be slightly too basic but I work in finance so it may be of more use to others.