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How long it takes to learn

Michihito
Nov 27 2020 at 06:17
298 posts
It depends on one's capabilities. What you are learning, what learning materials you are using is a considering matter. No one can tell you that you need this specific time to learn forex. And moreover learning is a continuous process. Study everything available in School of Pipsology in babypips. It will help you a lot.
LyudmilLukanov
Nov 27 2020 at 07:02
798 posts
It depends on trader’s ability. I spent 6-7 month in demo account then I went to real trading.
ddarko3
Nov 27 2020 at 07:05
70 posts
Agree. And yes, that learning process in babypips is very useful for the newbie who wanted to get into trading
ElliotCooke
Nov 27 2020 at 09:42
341 posts
It depends on the learning abilities of a trade. Different traders need different times to learn forex perfectly.
SofieAndreasen
Jun 05 2021 at 13:13
759 posts
It takes a long time. So be patient.
SteveHanks
Jun 07 2021 at 06:16
536 posts
Your dedication and willingness will decide how much time it takes to learn.
Faujinn
Jun 07 2021 at 08:18
57 posts
do not set a specific time frame for yourself, once you know that you are ready to trade then it starts.
Akasuki
Jun 07 2021 at 10:55
515 posts
First you have to give time for learning. It's a professional work that requires specific knowledge and skills. Once you have necessary skilled, you can do it just by spending one or two hours per day. But for learning you have to put your efforts and dedication. One more thing learning doesn't happen in one or two months. You have to spend good amount of time depending on your level of understanding and other factors
Bulldog_M
Jun 08 2021 at 08:25
16 posts
There is no time frame that you can define for learning. It is something that is continuous and never going to stop even when you are ale to generate returns.
Marc (MarcSalmorin)
Jun 08 2021 at 12:00
4 posts
Learning in trading the Forex market, I think, is a never-ending process. Even if you're able to consistently win your trades, there should still be room for improvement. If you're a beginner trying to become more experienced in trading, I think this will heavily depend on how serious you are in learning and how much time you actually want to commit to it. Because if you only want to learn it as a side thing, then the profits that you should be expecting should also be that, equivalent to a side thing. It depends on you, I say!
“The hard days are what make you stronger.” – Aly Raisman
Killerbee12
Jun 08 2021 at 12:47
9 posts
MarcSalmorin posted:
Learning in trading the Forex market, I think, is a never-ending process. Even if you're able to consistently win your trades, there should still be room for improvement. If you're a beginner trying to become more experienced in trading, I think this will heavily depend on how serious you are in learning and how much time you actually want to commit to it. Because if you only want to learn it as a side thing, then the profits that you should be expecting should also be that, equivalent to a side thing. It depends on you, I say!


So true. You never stop learning. The markets change over time so what worked in 2010 may not work in 2020
Suradi (FXOday)
Jun 08 2021 at 23:30
307 posts
Yes learn forex is a never-ending process because the forex market always changes over time, it's very dynamic and as a trader need to always follow the updated market to get new current position trades and take action if needed, profit and loss is a common thing in forex but learning is a never-ending process, and about choosing the broker is also important
LukeRachel
Jun 09 2021 at 01:35
477 posts
Demo should be traded. Besides, those skills should be applied on the demo platform by acquiring knowledge online. If the results are good, it is possible to come to trade. It usually takes 5-6 years to do this.
SteveHanks
Jun 09 2021 at 11:04
536 posts
LukeRachel posted:
Demo should be traded. Besides, those skills should be applied on the demo platform by acquiring knowledge online. If the results are good, it is possible to come to trade. It usually takes 5-6 years to do this.
Yes. A demo is the best place to learn perfectly.
RobSchiz
Jun 10 2021 at 09:26
567 posts
SteveHanks posted:
LukeRachel posted:
Demo should be traded. Besides, those skills should be applied on the demo platform by acquiring knowledge online. If the results are good, it is possible to come to trade. It usually takes 5-6 years to do this.
Yes. A demo is the best place to learn perfectly.
Yes. A demo is a helpful thing for every new trader.
Dictiony
Jun 11 2021 at 00:05
231 posts
It totally depends on the learning ability of a trader. I took 5 months to learn and then start real trading.
LukeRachel
Jun 13 2021 at 01:32
477 posts
RobSchiz posted:
SteveHanks posted:
LukeRachel posted:
Demo should be traded. Besides, those skills should be applied on the demo platform by acquiring knowledge online. If the results are good, it is possible to come to trade. It usually takes 5-6 years to do this.
Yes. A demo is the best place to learn perfectly.
Yes. A demo is a helpful thing for every new trader.
Thanks for agreeing with me. Many traders do not understand how useful demo trading is!
LukeRachel
Jun 14 2021 at 00:52
477 posts
SteveHanks posted:
LukeRachel posted:
Demo should be traded. Besides, those skills should be applied on the demo platform by acquiring knowledge online. If the results are good, it is possible to come to trade. It usually takes 5-6 years to do this.
Yes. A demo is the best place to learn perfectly.
Yes, I can join live trading if I do well in demo trading.
Dictiony
Jun 14 2021 at 10:47
231 posts
Learning forex is the game of patience so be patient and should give time to learn the basics of forex.
AliaDare
Jun 14 2021 at 16:52
788 posts
As long as you can't make a consistent profit on a demo account, you need to gain trading education online.
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