Choose a suitable pair according to your time frame because every pair has a level of movements daily, and using the correct time frame can give a trader the very best opportunity to profit from the market.
In my opinion , major currencies like EUR, USD, JPY, GBP etc can be a few to keep in mind while trading for profit. Others currencies are also good but I think these pairs can be high riskier and less liquid too.
Demo accounts are an essential part of learning to trade. Every beginner trader should do demo trading for at least 5 months. Demo trading is a must to gain basic knowledge. If you want to develop skills, you have to do demo trading.
Most newbie traders usually trade a lot of pairs but to me that's not an ideal way to trade. Every currency pair has its own movement patterns. If one can understand that it becomes easier to trade. So it good to choose few pairs.
It needs a lot of experiment to find a suitable pair. Most new traders do few months of demo and they think they get the edge. But it is not true. When they start trading live they lose money due to lack of experience.
Since in beginner trader, most experienced trader suggested to choose pair with a low spread like as EURUSD, USDJPY, and till now I like with those pair too, but in my daily trading usually open multiple pairs, like as EURUSD, EURJPY. GBPJPY, GBPUSD, sometimes I work correlation between pair
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