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How long it takes to learn

TrongQuy (TrongQuy)
Jun 14 at 17:50
2 posts
It seems to be not effective when you trade the Demo account too much. Because it could give you an emotion of success more than a real account. So, please try with Exness's cent account (only 1000 USC), it's equivalent to 10 US Dollars.
Sincerely!

OrlandoGT
Jun 15 at 06:11
10 posts
Yeah agreed! Psychology play important role in demo account trading but I think beginners should focus on successful trades rather than real value of account

Hrenz
Jun 15 at 06:52
38 posts
An important role is played by the mood and attitude to what will happen during the trade.

thespreader
Jun 15 at 08:23
13 posts
Learning curve for forex trading is directly varies as per your knowledge and skills that you have for forex. Only consistent practice will shorten this curve.

zvr564
Jun 15 at 09:31
12 posts
I think, it varies from person to person. Some are slow learners while some are fast learners.

gradking
Jun 15 at 11:00
15 posts
thespreader posted:
Learning curve for forex trading is directly varies as per your knowledge and skills that you have for forex. Only consistent practice will shorten this curve.


This is something correctly said, practice is the only key to attain success on forex trades.

FXOday (FXOday)
Jun 15 at 23:11
80 posts
Yes each trader has their own time progress to learn forex like as in-crowd people, there is a person with very aggressive to talk, but there is a person with character as calm and cool in every action, in forex trading, there is an aggressive trader and there is co0nservative trader, time is no matter, but skill is the problem.

Padddington (Padddington)
Jun 16 at 09:29
35 posts
It took me 7 years to become profitable. Why? Because there are lots of training materials out there and you don't know whether these materials are good or bad until after you have absorbed them and then try executing on a demo or real account. Then you realize you have been consuming garbage all this time.

It took me 7 years to become a consistently profitable trader. Dont be discouraged.d.
perryjohn765 (perryjohn765)
Jun 16 at 12:10
210 posts
Totally depends on one's capability and hardwork how fast one can grab and learn.a lot of people goes live within a few months whereas the others can take a few years

CraigMcG2020
Jun 19 at 10:12
69 posts
perryjohn765 posted:
Totally depends on one's capability and hardwork how fast one can grab and learn.a lot of people goes live within a few months whereas the others can take a few years


Ive not found many if any consistently profitable after months. Mostly its years.

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