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What happens when demo accounts expire ?

rfx (ranesh)
Mar 17 2010 at 04:32
257 Posts
Hi,

Can someone pls tell me if my demo trading transaction details will continue to be available to me on myFXbook even after the demo accounts expire ? Because demo accounts with my broker remain active for trading only for 90days.

Thank you.

Ethan (Staff)
Mar 17 2010 at 08:08
1394 Posts
Yes, data will remain intact until you choose to delete it.

rfx (ranesh)
Mar 17 2010 at 08:13
257 Posts
Great !

Thx for the prompt response.

Have a blessed day.

AmDiab
Jul 13 2017 at 12:41
718 Posts
In this case, I would suggest new traders to use the demo trading service who are offering unlimited demo service! Frankly, only 90 days isn’t enough for general new traders! They are offering limited demo service for observing their trading terminal not for learning.

Tiffany (TiffanyK)
Jul 14 2017 at 07:28
427 Posts
I agree. 90 days is really not enough. Sometimes you need more time for research, develop your strategy, made your mind, go on holiday ... etc Try another demo accounts - there are many many out there :)

Accept the loss as experience
Akasuki
Jun 06 at 10:58
338 Posts
Yes demo is important. We can't test a strategy on live account to know how the strategy works unless have enough money to loss. It's the demo where we should test any strategy first. If it gives good results in demo we can try on live.

SteveHanks
Jun 07 at 05:59
446 Posts
AmDiab posted:
In this case, I would suggest new traders to use the demo trading service who are offering unlimited demo service! Frankly, only 90 days isn’t enough for general new traders! They are offering limited demo service for observing their trading terminal not for learning.

Yes. It is right. 90 days is too short to understand trading and the market.

Bulldog_M
Jun 07 at 06:57
16 Posts
True, i have practiced for as long as 6 months on demo, and i assure you its worth all the time.

Faujinn
Jun 07 at 08:17
57 Posts
In most cases, many brokers provide a free demo account with unlimited possibilities.

Jordan5ith
Jun 07 at 13:47
28 Posts
When your demo account expires, you no longer have the liberty to trade without risk or involving fake capital. I suggest trading with FP Markets because the demo account does not expire until you stop trading in it.

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