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How long should I start to trade after studying?

The Mad Quant (madquant)
Mar 24 2020 at 19:11
52 Posts
When you started profiting from demo, that's the time to start doing it with small money. For a system to be considered a reasonable battle tested system, my lowest acceptable criteria is at least 100 trades (unique positions). If you discovered your own system and profited from it after 100 trades (unique positions), then there is a good chance that it can withstand the test of reality.
Betty_60
Mar 27 2020 at 07:04
41 Posts
ZDFT posted:
When you started profiting from demo, that's the time to start doing it with small money. For a system to be considered a reasonable battle tested system, my lowest acceptable criteria is at least 100 trades (unique positions). If you discovered your own system and profited from it after 100 trades (unique positions), then there is a good chance that it can withstand the test of reality.
I agree on that. This criteria is fine to test whether you are ready for the markets or not.
MP_89
Mar 27 2020 at 10:52
47 Posts
you can do everything in parallel. that is study and immediately test on a demo acc. better yet test signals sold by other experienced traders. or buy ea. understand the principle of its work. it’s better to learn everything in practice.
The Mad Quant (madquant)
Mar 27 2020 at 14:13
52 Posts
Betty_60 posted:
ZDFT posted:
When you started profiting from demo, that's the time to start doing it with small money. For a system to be considered a reasonable battle tested system, my lowest acceptable criteria is at least 100 trades (unique positions). If you discovered your own system and profited from it after 100 trades (unique positions), then there is a good chance that it can withstand the test of reality.
I agree on that. This criteria is fine to test whether you are ready for the markets or not.

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Cizel89
Mar 29 2020 at 11:04
63 Posts
Well time to switch from demo to a real account can vary from person to person, depending on one's knowledge and skills.
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JapaneseGroupFx
Mar 29 2020 at 11:53
77 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?

Look for trader that is experienced in your location and practice along to boost your beginning.
jamubang
Apr 05 2020 at 04:23
11 Posts
A lot of beginners just want to make money. But many experienced traders think Forex trading is a business and run it on business principles.
Tezilkree
Apr 07 2020 at 06:52
57 Posts
I do not think that it is necessary to pull in order to start trading after training....
Cizel89
Apr 07 2020 at 07:47
63 Posts
jamubang posted:
A lot of beginners just want to make money. But many experienced traders think Forex trading is a business and run it on business principles.
That's right and that is the major difference between how seriously experienced and successful traders take forex, in comparison to the beginners.
Andronn
Jul 11 2020 at 07:06
90 Posts
After I was trained, I switched to a demo account and learned all the advantages of the Amarkets platform, and then I started working on a real one.
sianhsieh
Jul 14 2020 at 12:40
3 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?

start trading on demo account now, and keep monitoring people who gives signals, start to trade on a real account only when you are sure about what you are doing.
RedKabin (redkabin)
Jul 14 2020 at 17:41
5 Posts
demo accounts are useless. You don't have real emotions. The second you switch to Live account you'll blow it. Simply because it's real money.
I'd suggest forgetting about demos, just larn to read charts until you can accurately predict the market and then go Live.
rickyb
Jul 15 2020 at 01:39
83 Posts
i would advice doing both.start trading live with small live account;just to get feel of market and thrill trading.some people have never opened a trade before.i know how keen i was to go live trading.i had traded shares before but was boring.actually looking at results in my live account i would be averaging 50% a year if just kept holding shares till now.mean while test different systems on demo.after many years ;changing from demo to real money becomes less of a issue.demo is very accurate for results except scalping in seconds.back testing is always helpful.test many of free ea;s if you have to see how things work.
IvanMelnik
Jul 15 2020 at 04:31
34 Posts
When you feel you have gathered enough information and have enough understanding, then you can start to trade but on demo account first that will help you to understand the difference between real and demo account.
first_time
Jul 15 2020 at 07:31
73 Posts
I will say if you are able to get a stable or consistency in profit in demo trading, then you should be able to start doing the live account, but do bear in mind that they both are not the same
Stonesong
Jul 15 2020 at 09:07
128 Posts
No need to drag out with real trading
mathewhaydenn
Jul 20 2020 at 10:26
1 Posts
Learning to trade is a life-long journey and every trader's journey is unique. There are many things you will have to master, beyond knowing when to enter and exit a trade! On average, you could expect to learn to trade in 1-5 years. Based on all of the traders i know, it took most between 6 months to a year before they saw profitability, which then sustained itself into the future. When learning a new market, put in at least several hours a day.
lauranutt
Jul 20 2020 at 11:48
36 Posts
After completing your education and learning, demo trading is the best thing to gain the practical experience of trading. Practice your strategies on a demo account consistently. Raise your capital slowly and do not rush in trading.
Javytrader
Jul 20 2020 at 11:58
10 Posts
There is no such things as completing your study. it is an on-going thing. Learn the basics for a few weeks but then start trading (on demo) and continue to learn learn learn. The markets are always changing
Suarez
Jul 21 2020 at 07:31
55 Posts
Practice for a good time on a demo account. Back test strategies, then only think of going live.
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