AliaDare posted: Demo accounts help a lot to make the trader professional. Such as how to do analysis, how to maintain money management, and risk management. It is possible to gain knowledge about all these issues from the demo account.
However, demo traders lack emotion. So, you cannot learn everything in the demo account.
True, because emotions intervene only when actual monye is involved, thats why demo seems way too easy as compared to real account trading.
I wanted to point out that demo trading is less important because of which there is no loss or gain emotionally. But if that is the original money, then emotionally it can be a bit of a problem.
Michihito posted: The demo account is the master place for a beginner to acquire all basic fundamental information which is very supportive to continue a live account in a proper way. But practically most of the beginners don’t believe the importance of this trading place at all. In my trading career, I use all my trading strategies in demo trading to see the performance how it works.
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