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hello everybody,,

m_gazar
Aug 11 2011 at 07:50
8 posts
I'm training right now with a demo account in order to open a real account very soon,,,
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/m_gazar/m-gazar/141153
So, I need the experts of you to analyze my performance using the link above and tell me my chances please,,,,😁
However, even if my performance isn't well enough, I'll open a real account soon anyway 😈

Thank you so much

Splexin
Aug 11 2011 at 12:38
202 posts
m_gazar posted:
    I'm training right now with a demo account in order to open a real account very soon,,,
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/m_gazar/m-gazar/141153
So, I need the experts of you to analyze my performance using the link above and tell me my chances please,,,,😁
However, even if my performance isn't well enough, I'll open a real account soon anyway 😈

Thank you so much



Looks good except you're not using SL or TP. In my opinion, for manual trading using one is a must. But, at least you are not over-leveraging, like many newbies make the mistake of doing. I also recommend trading demo with the same amount as you will be depositing live. If you trade on a $10,000 demo account but can only put $1,000 into a live account then your results will be very different. I have learned this from experience.

zzzero
Aug 12 2011 at 03:20
1367 posts
trade demo using the same terminal and account balance and leverage that you plan to go live with.

if you plan to go live with broker x then most definitely trade demo using broker x's platform.

if you plan to go live with five hundred bucks, trade a demo account that is setup with five hundred bucks.

do not, for example, practice game trading at broker y with a 100k balance at 400:1 if you plan to go live with broker x at 50:1..

also, set your terminal to the highest leverage setting allowed... this does not affect your risk... setting your terminal to low leverage settings only serves to put you closer to a margin call, that is all that it does. on my terminal, 0.01 lots at 50:1 requires just under thirty bucks of margin, at 400:1 the same trade will require 1/8th the required margin, but you get the same profit per pip... few seem to understand this issue.. setting the terminal to some silly leverage like 10:1 does not equate to low risk trading..

notice that metatrader provides default amounts that you can setup a demo account with, but you can also enter pretty much any amount that you want to start with..

happy trading.

zero/.

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