The best education can be different for everyone. Learning from your profits and mistakes is possible on Demo account, so you are not losing any money. Go for it – with all the information that you have learned, you will add the missing part and become a professional trader.
AlGauthier posted: If you already have a lot of knowledge, but you still feel insecure, maybe you should try to improve yourself with a Demo account. This way you will not lose any real money, but you can create the perfect strategy to make you feel comfortable. I hope this helps you out.
I must agree with you, and that's what I did before. I sign up for an account that has a free demo account and that tutorial helped me so much to improve my skills.
I also started my learning process manually without any trainer! And obviously, I have faced lots of problems in my early stage of trading! It would be better if a new Forex trader can start his or her trading with a trainer! Even I see; a large number of new traders lose their learning interest when they face thousands of difficulties!
I think good education is a lot of things. For example, I started with the demo account, but I entered many forums forex discussion to read about those who were more experienced, dispel my doubts. I also began to study the best brokers, the cases of scams, the market in each of its eras, all of it. There are many hours of reading to filter content that is really good.
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