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Importance of demo trading
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Malajind

Miembro desde Aug 07, 2020  29 mensajes Malajind Oct 05 at 05:42
On demo - accounts, sometimes very good contests are offered, which are quite interesting and then have a good influence on further trading, because some experience is gained.

Hillartrading

Miembro desde Sep 08, 2020  19 mensajes Hillartrading Oct 06 at 07:36
Forex trading takes a lot of discipline. If you ever want to be successful as a forex trader, then starting out as a demo trader is the best education you can give yourself. Once you feel confident of your skills and strategies, you can move on to live trading.

radioactive

Miembro desde Sep 07, 2020  37 mensajes radioactive Oct 06 at 08:00
Demo trading is always an importance when it comes to newbie because it helps you to strategize and improve your strategy that you have implemented in your trading.

EbonyJones

Miembro desde Jul 20, 2020  165 mensajes EbonyJones Oct 06 at 18:23
Demo trading is very useful for new traders. It is the best option to practice and learn forex trading.

LeviSievwright5

Miembro desde Jul 20, 2020  162 mensajes LeviSievwright5 Oct 07 at 02:24
Demo trading is a must to gain trading experience. Basic knowledge cannot be acquired without demo trading. When I join new trading, I can develop skills by doing demo trading for a long time. Every new trader should have at least 6 months of demo practice.

VictorAxel

Miembro desde Sep 18, 2020  16 mensajes VictorAxel Oct 07 at 06:40
Demo is the best wat to step into the forex trading world. Beginners should spend atleast 5-6 months practicing on it before switching to a real account.

lauranutt

Miembro desde Jul 15, 2020  25 mensajes lauranutt Oct 14 at 10:35
True! Demo accounts work great for familiarizing a new trader with the market. Even I started trading through paper currency on the demo accounts of IG and Fxview. And I still use them for testing out new strategies before applying them on my live Fxview account.

EllisParker

Miembro desde Jun 24, 2020  34 mensajes EllisParker Oct 15 at 07:03
Yup demo is the best way to begin forex trading for a beginner. It makes you familiar as to how the trading platform works and you can even back test strategies on it.

rosellemunsays

Miembro desde Jul 16, 2020  14 mensajes rosellemunsays Oct 23 at 13:00 (editado a las Oct 23 at 13:00 )
lauranutt posted:
True! Demo accounts work great for familiarizing a new trader with the market. Even I started trading through paper currency on the demo accounts of IG and Fxview. And I still use them for testing out new strategies before applying them on my live Fxview account.


I am using MT4/Mt5 demos with IFC markets. I doubt if I will ever get to evaluate fxview. They have some issues with their account creation process.

lauranutt

Miembro desde Jul 15, 2020  25 mensajes lauranutt Oct 26 at 05:32
rosellemunsays posted:
I am using MT4/Mt5 demos with IFC markets. I doubt if I will ever get to evaluate fxview. They have some issues with their account creation process.


Shouldn't be a problem with a demo account atleast. Btw, what’s the issue?

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