Reitings: Full Star Full Star Full Star Full Star Empty Star
How long on a demo account
Iepriekšējās 1 .. 14 15 16 17 18 19 Nākamais
Malajind

Biedrs kopš Aug 07, 2020  29 ieraksti Malajind Sep 12 at 05:30
It seems to me that 3 months is an approximate period, and you will need to be guided by how you feel during trading and how ready you are for real

FXPips11

Biedrs kopš Jun 19, 2011  5 ieraksti FXPips11 Sep 12 at 16:56
double demo account 5 times, with hand writen reasoning for each trade, outcome, daily journal

pegima

Biedrs kopš Sep 13, 2020  22 ieraksti Pegima (pegima) Sep 13 at 08:49
I have traded in a demo for about 2 months then moved to live account but whenever I want to test something new, I will test that in a demo account before trying that in a live account. My suggestion for any newbie is to trade in a demo account until you start to make a decent profit, then move to a smaller live account. Then you can gradually increase the lot size based on your level of success.

Never Ever Give Up
shaunmarsh

Biedrs kopš Oct 05, 2020  32 ieraksti shaunmarsh Oct 07 at 08:24
A demo account will build your decision making power once you master in it you can go with real money and that will teach you how to handle the risk and your emotions of fear.

marktaylor

Biedrs kopš Oct 05, 2020  11 ieraksti marktaylor Oct 07 at 08:25
Make sure to not spend way too much time on demo account, as it can lead to bad trading practices. Try not to exceed using a demo account for more than 5 months.

Tygotaylor

Biedrs kopš Oct 22, 2019  33 ieraksti Tygotaylor Oct 08 at 10:20
I think 2-3 months would do.

Shelby10

Biedrs kopš Jul 15, 2020  95 ieraksti Shelby10 Oct 08 at 18:39
Demo account helps to increase your trading ability and get proper knowledge about many more things about trading.

Fxg54

Biedrs kopš Feb 27, 2020  131 ieraksti Fxg54 Oct 08 at 19:55
pegima posted:
I have traded in a demo for about 2 months then moved to live account but whenever I want to test something new, I will test that in a demo account before trying that in a live account. My suggestion for any newbie is to trade in a demo account until you start to make a decent profit, then move to a smaller live account. Then you can gradually increase the lot size based on your level of success.


Of all said this is the best way to go.... :D

Amber_0302

Biedrs kopš Mar 16, 2020  53 ieraksti Amber_0302 Oct 09 at 06:03
Demo account helps you to learn more about trading and one can develop the strategy for live while working on demo and It's totally depends on you that how much time you're going to spend on demo account. you can trade on demo account unless you think you're confident enough to go live.

blandpatsyy

Biedrs kopš Jul 17, 2020  25 ieraksti blandpatsyy Oct 16 at 12:03
I think everything that has to be learned from a demo account can be done in max 3 months.

Iepriekšējās 1 .. 14 15 16 17 18 19 Nākamais
Loading
Loading
EURUSD 1.19606 GBPUSD 1.33021
USDJPY 104.093 USDCAD 1.29894

Tools

Kopiena

Apskats

Brokeri

Platforma

Atbalsts


Twitter |  Facebook |  Lapas karte  |  Noteikumi  |   Privacy Policy
©2020 Myfxbook Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
HIGH RISK WARNING: Foreign exchange trading carries a high level of risk that may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage creates additional risk and loss exposure. Before you decide to trade foreign exchange, carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level, and risk tolerance. You could lose some or all of your initial investment; do not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. Educate yourself on the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial or tax advisor if you have any questions. Any data and information is provided 'as is' solely for informational purposes, and is not intended for trading purposes or advice. Past performance is not indicative of future results.