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How long should I start to trade after studying?

skihav
Nov 12 2021 at 13:19
801 Posts
As for me, the only way out is to start trading only when you yourself already understand that you are ready to work.
Wrathdragon
Jan 13 at 19:41
26 Posts
It depends solely on your personal objectives actually. Not all trader start from trading on real account right away, the vast majority prefers to stay on demo for particular period of time and only then they start trading on real accounts with their own money. I believe such approach is the most wisest, becaude demo account clarifies you all the pecualirities of trading activity and on this stage you should decide whether you continue develop your skills and move to real account, or you leave this activity. I'm convinced that there is no such a notion as 'how long', it should be transformed into 'as soon as I gain knowledge and experience, I will move to real account'.
SteveHanks
Jan 13 at 19:45
536 Posts
Wrathdragon posted:
It depends solely on your personal objectives actually. Not all trader start from trading on real account right away, the vast majority prefers to stay on demo for particular period of time and only then they start trading on real accounts with their own money. I believe such approach is the most wisest, becaude demo account clarifies you all the pecualirities of trading activity and on this stage you should decide whether you continue develop your skills and move to real account, or you leave this activity. I'm convinced that there is no such a notion as 'how long', it should be transformed into 'as soon as I gain knowledge and experience, I will move to real account'.
Yes. You are absolutely right.
RobSchiz
Jan 15 at 12:33
567 Posts
skihav posted:
As for me, the only way out is to start trading only when you yourself already understand that you are ready to work.
Yes. You need proper knowledge before starting live trading.
Fordrerne
Jan 21 at 18:03
23 Posts
Well, here all traders decide on their own, how long they have to learn. I believe that if you have noticed some results from your learning, for example, you have already created demo account and successfully practiced at it, you created your own trading strategy and it showed results, then it's the right time to move on a real account. As far as I concerned, the matter here is to understand that you might be wrong with the strategy and you might be failed, but don't worry and never give up. Those ones who never give up, reach their goals much faster than those ones who always give up the idea of earning with trading.
ddarko3
Jan 24 at 09:34
70 Posts
It depends on how you are steady with your learning. Once I was done learning, I decided to hop in demo with fxview so that I can get familiar with tools and techniques when trading. It took me a year to go live and start trying to make a consistent profit.
WaltonCharles
Jan 24 at 18:45
144 Posts
ddarko3 posted:
It depends on how you are steady with your learning. Once I was done learning, I decided to hop in demo with fxview so that I can get familiar with tools and techniques when trading. It took me a year to go live and start trying to make a consistent profit.
Yes. Proper learning can make you rich in this market.
Devers
Jan 28 at 14:16
8 Posts
I agree that learning to trade is an eternal process. You will most likely continue learning on a real account. Trading is a very dynamic thing. It always changes, something new constantly shows up that can’t be traded as assets of the past.
RobSchiz
Jan 28 at 18:57
567 Posts
Devers posted:
I agree that learning to trade is an eternal process. You will most likely continue learning on a real account. Trading is a very dynamic thing. It always changes, something new constantly shows up that can’t be traded as assets of the past.
To face those changes, you have to be experienced.
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