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Demo can not make you well experienced

Faridah00
Nov 11 2022 at 11:57
27 posts
A Demo account can clear the basis of trading and technicalities of platforms and make you train for live trading.
AbbasAliKhan08
Nov 14 2022 at 06:10
76 posts
but traders dont trust the importance of demo account at all.
tigerron
Nov 17 2022 at 07:49
26 posts
Demo accounts are only useful for learning because they are essential for developing confidence by giving you an understanding of how the market functions. But in real the true experience comes from live trading only.
Flammeous
Nov 18 2022 at 10:36
8 posts
Beginner traders must understand the importance of a demo account, but they do not understand that and lose. They can use it to trade and gain experience. But they are often running after big money instead of gaining knowledge and experience first, and that only brings losses.
Lerato_12
Nov 19 2022 at 09:53
20 posts
Flammeous posted:
Beginner traders must understand the importance of a demo account, but they do not understand that and lose. They can use it to trade and gain experience. But they are often running after big money instead of gaining knowledge and experience first, and that only brings losses.

Well said!
Louren
Nov 28 2022 at 13:04
23 posts
Demos can help beginners understand the basis of trading and the technicalities of platforms.

Trading in real time with a small capital and real risk can only make a trader more experienced. 
FredJones
Dec 15 2022 at 13:33
49 posts
It is true that a demo cannot make you well experienced, but it can help you build various strategies and skills without taking any real risks.
Commonition
Dec 16 2022 at 06:21
47 posts
Unless real money is involved, a trader will not feel the anxiety, fear, nervousness, greed, or anger that comes while trading.
Gewgaw
Dec 19 2022 at 07:59
57 posts
FredJones posted:
It is true that a demo cannot make you well experienced, but it can help you build various strategies and skills without taking any real risks.
That’s the only reason demo accounts are worth it. Without taking on any real risks, backtesting and strategising is one way to give s newbie time to understand what they should be expecting from the process.
jambeau
Dec 19 2022 at 08:18
51 posts
FredJones posted:
It is true that a demo cannot make you well experienced, but it can help you build various strategies and skills without taking any real risks.
I agree. Demo accounts can only help you familiarise with the market but can never give you the real taste of trading. You don't have any stake in the outcome when you trade on a demo account. No danger, no feeling, and no true repercussions. Contrarily, live trading is dangerous and complicated. You run the risk of blowing your account and losing what you have.
Vomitoryy
Dec 23 2022 at 11:43
56 posts
Both live and demo trading have their own pros and cons. The real sense of trading can be felt only on a live account, but a demo account is crucial because it helps you understand how the market works without losing.
davesper
Dec 26 2022 at 09:12
128 posts
In fact, it is worth understanding that a demo account prepares a trader for work, but the working conditions are not entirely real. For this reason, you need to understand that I would not recommend relying on a demo account.
binarysumo22
Dec 29 2022 at 05:57
40 posts
It is true that demo trading can be a useful tool for new traders to gain experience and for experienced traders to test out new strategies. However, it is not perfect ; demo trading does not fully replicate the real trading environment and psychology plays a big role in live trading, which is missing in demo trading, so it is important for traders to be aware of this limitation and to be cautious when transitioning to live trading.
Salsitude
Dec 29 2022 at 08:27
47 posts
It is true that demo trading and live trading are not the same things. However, it is also true that demo trading can help you gain confidence as a trader. It enables traders to learn about the market and trading from the ground up, and it actually allows a novice trader to gain trading experience.
KAnthony
Dec 30 2022 at 16:40
90 posts
hi all. i'm newbie and maybe dont know much. but i prefer think demo can give base knowledge and training skills. yes for great experience need real one. but demo is good for me still. i've used it few months already. it helps a lot.
davesper
Jan 01 at 13:47
128 posts
Definitely yes. A demo account is essentially only suitable for learning, and this is important to understand. But at the same time, on a demo account, the trader does not work with his own money, which also changes the conditions. I started working with Amarkets broker also on a demo account.
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