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@Ezereombre yes demo is absolutely essential but need to use in a proper way. We can't take 1000000 balance and trade. We have to treat demo like real account. Take balance 200$ to 600$ and learn risk management.
UweMoench posted: @Ezereombre yes demo is absolutely essential but need to use in a proper way. We can't take 1000000 balance and trade. We have to treat demo like real account. Take balance 200$ to 600$ and learn risk management.
That is so true, the biggest mistake that a new trader makes on a demo account is trade millions on a demo when in reality he will be using only a few hundreds dollars out of his pocket for trading.
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