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How long should I start to trade after studying?

Oktaviani
Aug 05 2020 at 17:20
20 posts
If you are familiar with trading and think about starting to trade, I advise you to open a demo account first. In theory, trading may seem logical and simple to you, but in practice, it is not so. A demo account will help you to understand the basics of practical trading and will prepare you to work with a real account.

lovefortrading (perryjohn765)
Aug 06 2020 at 08:45
238 posts
I suggest to trade on demo accounts with some brokers before going live


Malajind
Aug 07 2020 at 12:40
75 posts
This transition depends on your preparedness and attitude.

Kazile
Aug 11 2020 at 04:06
119 posts
There is no need to delay it too much, but as soon as you are mentally prepared, proceed to real trading.

CirillaCosta
Aug 11 2020 at 11:01
34 posts
You should study properly before entering into the real forex world. When you think that you are quite capable to take risks and make a profit from the market, then you can start real trading.

Stonesong
Sep 18 2020 at 07:25
128 posts
Learning should not be about understanding the main points, but about applying them correctly in practice.

Shelby10
Sep 18 2020 at 19:47
140 posts
Learning is very much important in forex if you want to make money from this market.

ElliotCooke
Sep 19 2020 at 11:19
341 posts
Practice makes a man perfect. So, keep practicing and try to gain enough experience to make your decisions quickly and perfectly.

cindynoguchi
Sep 19 2020 at 11:23
1 posts
When you find a consistently profitable strategy to trade, regardless of how big the profit is

radioactive
Sep 21 2020 at 07:41
58 posts
Depending on how much you are comfortable to touch on forex trading, but if you are, then it would be very vital to make a consistency profitable return in forex trading

GeorgeBischof
Dec 18 2020 at 11:20
318 posts
As long as you don't get confidence to take risks int he forex market.

asidefellow
Jan 08 2021 at 09:25
37 posts
You can divide the time between both or you can also set some time specially for trading. This will help you learn. Good luck to you.

Faujinn
Jan 09 2021 at 19:14
57 posts
It all depends on how deep you want to dive into the Forex world. You can learn everything in a year and earn money with good self-discipline, but the knowledge will be superficial. Others spend their lives studying, observing, analyzing and discovering something new for themselves.

FXBR Head (raphaellima)
Jan 09 2021 at 21:17
1 posts
I don't say you should study first, but while. Trading is a high performance work, so soon you learn it soon you will be able to perform.

Kees_Lars
Jan 11 2021 at 07:36
23 posts
Wait for atleast 4-5 months after you get the basic knowledge and then try your hands.

jimmyneeesham
Jan 22 2021 at 10:02
40 posts
Faujinn posted:
It all depends on how deep you want to dive into the Forex world. You can learn everything in a year and earn money with good self-discipline, but the knowledge will be superficial. Others spend their lives studying, observing, analyzing and discovering something new for themselves.

I think it is mostly dependent on the traders that what they want to do for their career in trading. There are a lot many people who do not want to trade primarily as their daily income does not depend on it, so they learn that much only through which they get some extra cash in hand.

Jamespaul
Jan 22 2021 at 11:45
24 posts
Everyone has a different learning curve. Maybe a person can learn the techniques in one day or some other person may learn the same thing in one year. We cannot say for sure that how much time a person will take to learn the concept.

Beagelv
Jan 25 2021 at 06:44
81 posts
Everyone determines for himself how ready he is to start trading.

lovefortrading (perryjohn765)
Jan 25 2021 at 11:31
238 posts
depends on your capability how soon u can start

Rassellkarl
Jan 25 2021 at 13:16
36 posts
Jamespaul posted:
Everyone has a different learning curve. Maybe a person can learn the techniques in one day or some other person may learn the same thing in one year. We cannot say for sure that how much time a person will take to learn the concept.

There many timeframes and charts which people have to learn. If a person learns about scalping then he has to learn about the M1 to H1 charts and then there are other strategies like day trading and position trading for which learning of D1 charts is necessary. For instance as a scalper from the beginning, even while practicing on demo on pepperstone, LCG and fxview, I never for once settled unless I learnt about different indicators, use of leverage and market patterns. So, as per the strategy one is following, it’s imperative to learn all the things related to it.

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