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Member Since Jul 19, 2020  149 posts UweMoench Sep 19 at 13:49
You do not have to worry about losing your money when you are demo trading. your demo account does not demonstrate to you industry standards to manage the sentiment fear. That's why you remain emotions while in demo. But when you come to live trading from demo trading, you brings emotions (the fear of losing and greed more more profit) with you. That's why the result between demo and real account is not the same.


Member Since Aug 11, 2017  788 posts Mohammadi Sep 20 at 05:31
demo is a perfect place where we can see how the strategies work , i always use this approach in demo , and this helps me a lot in real account to avoid unfortunate risk and losses. 


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  135 posts Michihito Sep 20 at 07:19
Demo trading is devoid of emotions That's why making profit here is easier. It says us te importance of psychology. We need to be emotionless while trading. Open trade only when every aspects of your strategy is matching with the market.


Member Since Aug 28, 2020  15 posts Visser01 Sep 21 at 07:15
Demo trading has got no money involved. So without any tension of losing money, one is able to trade with a little less stress, because of which demo trading feels easier.


Member Since Feb 07, 2020  41 posts ethan_65 Sep 21 at 08:27
I would say demo trading is not easy it's just risk-free as there is no real money included in the demo trading. Demo trading is basically to understand the trading for a newbie, testing your strategy or your EAs, and getting an introduction about the broker's services and trading conditions. Demo trading is as same as live trading just without the money.


Member Since Mar 06, 2020  8 posts Karl (karl7465) Sep 21 at 09:02
On a demo account, you can get basic knowledge of trading on the exchange , and you can also test new trading systems without the risk of losing your account.


Member Since Mar 16, 2020  52 posts Amber_0302 Sep 21 at 10:08
Through demo trading, one can trade with virtual money and many brokers provides exact same conditions on demo account as their live ones.


Member Since Sep 08, 2020  19 posts Hillartrading Sep 21 at 10:18
Because the real money is not involved.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  154 posts AliaDare Sep 22 at 00:51
I've said before that emotions don't usually work in demo trading. Demo trading has virtual money, it is not a problem to lose money, so emotions usually do not work. Many traders make a lot of profit in demo trading but they do not get good results whenever they go into real trading. Greed and fear can cause this problem.


Member Since Apr 15, 2020  47 posts ele020 Sep 22 at 05:04
There are numerous factors which make demo trading easy;

1. Risk free: You can freely trade on the demo account without fearing to loose your deposit.
2. Learning platform: You can learn how to trade on the demo account as it is generally the replica of the live trading platform. Thus you get a better idea of what is going on in the market as it is clearly discounted on the demo charts as well.
3. Building and testing strategies: The demo set up works as a testing platform for your ea's, robots, strategies etc.

In short demo trading is easier when you are trading with a genuine broker (like Fxview, HYCM, Hotforex etc) who do not manupulate the prices and fetch similar price feeds and spreads on both demo and live accounts.

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