I'm not saying they shouldn’t use it at all. Just keep it as low as possible. This will help them understand and know how to handle their trades without risking so much. I dealt with a limit of I:30 with my previous broker and even though my new one turnkey forex offers 1:100, I don't go beyond 1:50. I like having a certain degree of control over my trades and high risks can just mess that up man. And for a newbie, in particular, a huge loss could be really disheartening.
Kazile posted: First, a beginner needs to decide on a broker with whom he will continue his trading, and I do not think that a broker is suitable for both beginners and professionals, due to its conditions.
Yes, that's right. It is never possible to trade without a broker. First of all, I should choose a reliable broker. Then you have to gain knowledge from different websites.
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