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    Demo Account vs. Real Account
    The demo account is the best way to learn to trade. However, demo traders lack emotion because they trade with virtual money. So, there is no human emotion involved. Thatís real account also needed to learn to handle emotion in trading. I recommend new traders start small after demo practice. I started with only $50 in Eurotrader.

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    in ro ham eslah kon:
    As a beginner trader, you need to gain a lot of knowledge about trading. A good trading strategy is needed because if the strategy is not good then the market can move in the opposite direction. You should always trade at 1: 2 risk-reward, even if there is a loss in any trade, there is no problem. And no more than a 2% risk can be taken in the account. All these things are common mistakes in trading. Mixing this mistake can ruin your trading life. I can easily deal with the losses with the help of my broker Forex4you.

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