We always advised by the senior traders and experts just for learning. but I think we the newcomers have to practice trading besides learning process. Demo account is more appropriate for them and as a learning Process newcomers can depend on Pips School.
I suppose that traders always should trade only by their own money because it teaches them a lot. It gains them experience which affords them to make good money. If you're about trading trust funds then you should decide for yourself what do you want to get from trading. Maybe you want to get rid of risks, then why did you come to trading? If you're afraid of risks and decide to take someones account and start trading then you will lose all funds of this person eventually. In my opinion, if your fear is risk then you'd better stay off trading at all.
Wouldn’t want the stress - I’m also careful when giving friends that are newer to trading advice. Always remind them that I could be wrong because I don’t want to be partly responsible if they lose. Still, I’m sure someone who is really good at it probably doesn’t stress as much and the money probably does add up.
Trading other people's money can be benefitial, but you should take it with care. If you are new to trading, then you'd better steer clear from this idea. You should make your own trading strong and consistent first, and only after it you can make a kind of a mutual fund. This idea can bring you more money, if you know what you do. The bigger your deposit, the bigger profits you'll get.
Trading with someone’s money is a big risk that one can take. I would rather trade small than borrowing from someone else. Why take the liability on yourself when you can be at peace with trading the capital that you can afford to lose.
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