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Learning is a nonstop procedure

Mohammadi
Dec 20 2020 at 04:59
posts 886
no way to avoid the importance of demo trading , bu the main problem is , the experience we took from demo practically not works when trading in a live account. so, traders don't believe the importance of this trading place. 

TroyS
Dec 21 2020 at 07:43
posts 17
Mohammadi posted:
no way to avoid the importance of demo trading , bu the main problem is , the experience we took from demo practically not works when trading in a live account. so, traders don't believe the importance of this trading place. 


Correct. No doubt there exists this difference between demo and live account. Yet a beginner should in no way skip practicing on a demo account before going live. Its there's for a reason. Better practice first before flying.

illscarce874
Jan 12 at 08:45
posts 24
Yes, even the advanced traders get to learn something new now and then. Learning is a process that is ever present.

hailddjs
Feb 24 at 05:28
posts 12
It is important to understand the significance of learning. Even for an advanced trader, it never stops and they get to learn new things everyday.

Zipp7
Feb 24 at 05:46
posts 9
That's right! I still see so many of my good experienced friends who are into trading, scrolling down texts and sites to get clearer ideas about what they do and how they can achieve it better. There is no level, where one can say that he has learnt it all, the process is endless for sure.

Pointingmark
Feb 27 at 04:56
posts 28
Zipp7 posted:
That's right! I still see so many of my good experienced friends who are into trading, scrolling down texts and sites to get clearer ideas about what they do and how they can achieve it better. There is no level, where one can say that he has learnt it all, the process is endless for sure.

I see it as an active process where the trader keeps looking for something, be it a tip or some advice on their trades. Quite an interesting process.

inspirenez
Feb 27 at 07:28
posts 59
At some point, it becomes a kind of need to adjust with the market and know how things work there. As far as learning goes, it is present in every step starting from finding a broker to opening an account to trade.

IvarHardy
Feb 28 at 17:46
posts 42
I think main problem is emotion like fear, greed. We do not encounter those in demo account.

Pointingmark
Mar 01 at 04:53
posts 28
inspirenez posted:
At some point, it becomes a kind of need to adjust with the market and know how things work there. As far as learning goes, it is present in every step starting from finding a broker to opening an account to trade.

Yeah learning never leaves you mate! Anyway, what brokers should I use for GBP/USD?

inspirenez
Mar 01 at 07:53
posts 59
Pointingmark posted:
inspirenez posted:
At some point, it becomes a kind of need to adjust with the market and know how things work there. As far as learning goes, it is present in every step starting from finding a broker to opening an account to trade.

Yeah learning never leaves you mate! Anyway, what brokers should I use for GBP/USD?

Ah, this is a very good pair and I was just testing some strategies for it last week. You can use any reliable broker for the pair that is offering lower spreads. I have been trading with Pepperstone, Xtb, Fxview, etc. I stick to major pairs so these platforms are fine for that. If you time it well, you can get some solid profits.

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