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How long should I start to trade after studying?

Tremblay
Mar 29 at 12:12
330 posts
dutchy1986 posted:
I don’t think there is a set time as people learn differently. I would say once you feel you are getting somewhere spend a few months on demo practicing what you have learnt

Yes, demo account can be the best option for learning forex trading.

hoagsobject
Mar 29 at 12:33
9 posts
Trade on a demo straight away. Best to do this while you are studying it will give you a better understanding of what you are doing

anneyates
Apr 09 at 10:31
14 posts
If you are done with the course, you can surely begin with demo accounts at different broker platforms. Practice as much as you can.

LyudmilLukanov
Apr 09 at 14:49
547 posts
The demo account is used for practice. It is best to trade at a demo account for at least 4 months.

SofieAndreasen
Apr 10 at 13:01
571 posts
anneyates posted:
If you are done with the course, you can surely begin with demo accounts at different broker platforms. Practice as much as you can.

I also agree. At least practice 5 to 6 months in the demo account. After that think about low investment.

SteveHanks
Sep 04 at 08:22
305 posts
LyudmilLukanov posted:
The demo account is used for practice. It is best to trade at a demo account for at least 4 months.

A demo is the best place to learn and practice trading.

UweMoench
Sep 06 at 08:16
547 posts
Learning never ends. It's a never ending process. Market is ever changing. To cope with it you have to keep improving your skills and experience.

Reece Rispoli (reece22)
Sep 06 at 20:01
28 posts
Miki_Bao posted:
I've read some information in Babypips for months, and also some trading instruction/guide in some brokers' website.
I just don't know when to start? How do I know I am ready?



It’s always learning
Start with a demo account until you feel comfortable

Unellene
Sep 08 at 13:14
213 posts
for everyone, of course, it happens in different ways, but you yourself will understand when it’s already worth it to move on to practice, and in general, little by little, in the course of training, you need to consolidate with practice

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