Speaking of practice, do you think demo versions are way worse than actual trading, or it depends? I'm kinda scared of losing money at the beginning of my way. The company I want to work with has got demo version (https://www.trustpilot.com/review/instaforex.com their page on Trustpilot) and I feel like I should start doing something more serious.
i am still practicing in trading. i would say my trading way has just begun. and of course i have a lot of questions. should i trade myself? what about signals? what leverage to put? what currencies to trade? what drawdown to put? what profit to receive? or should i find the trader? who knows... sometimes i do not understand what do i really nned. i hope that such thoughts do not disturb the experienced traders. so i need a lot of practice.
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