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Member Since Dec 29, 2019  15 posts Adokelv Jul 14 at 17:40
The main task of a demo account is to teach you the basics of trading, to make you understand if you have learned how to trade and give you confidence in real trading. There is no definite period for a demo account, as everyone has a different learning curve. The main thing is to feel confident that you are ready to trade, and then you can start real trading.


Member Since May 02, 2019  319 posts Roberto21 Jul 16 at 04:18
Demo account generally is more appropriate to ensure the basic fundamental market experience which is very supportive to continue a live account in a proper way , but not appropriate to make sure brokers performance but shortly you can understand how the broker works.


Member Since Jan 11, 2020  16 posts Gavinrarad Jul 16 at 14:05
On average, to adapt to trading, I advise trading on a demo account for about 2-3 months. This time should be enough for you to understand the basics of a trader, to understand the main rules and the basics of trading. The main thing is not to open a large account at once, start with small investments, and then increase your investment over time.


Member Since Jul 09, 2020  26 posts IvanMelnik Jul 17 at 07:30
According to me 3-4 months are enough on demo account.


Member Since Jun 26, 2020  50 posts Tradelist45 Jul 20 at 07:08
i trade in demo as new Forex trader only 1 month , now i realize it was not enough , minimum beginners should trade 3-5 months on there to bring good knowledge and experience.


Member Since Jul 03, 2020  1 posts BlinkTrading Jul 20 at 07:12
Once you are comfortable trading in Demo, try for 4 consecutive weeks in the green.
 If a week is in the red start over. This gives you a goal to work towards at least...


Member Since May 06, 2020  8 posts simmonjoshua Jul 20 at 10:02
Not more than a month. Demo is just to get familiar with the trading platform. Once you are familiar, have tested your strategies and checked the spreads etc, you are good to go live then.


Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4834 posts vontogr (togr) Jul 20 at 11:44
3 months demo
3 months on cent
then real big


Member Since May 23, 2019  10 posts Javytrader Jul 20 at 11:59
At least 3 months. Demo is to help you train to be a Forex trader. Only go live when you can make consistent money on demo


Member Since Apr 28, 2020  50 posts Evelyn55 Jul 22 at 06:25
Atleast 4-5 months i'd say.

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