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How much money do I need to get started? Will I Be Able to Trade Expensive Stocks With a Small Account?

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Ask one of our resident 'experts', there are sooo many 'successful day traders' here :D:D:D:D

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Here's my advice for what it's worth: use the demo platform exclusively for 12 months.

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5 hours ago, dmedin said:

Here's my advice for what it's worth: use the demo platform exclusively for 12 months.

no one ever learnt how to trade on a demo platform, ever. the demo platform will let you learn how to use the platform and test strategies - that's it. get off the demo and start live trading on the mt4 platform for 10 pence a point as soon as possible because that's when your actual learning will start.

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when i log on and try to trade on my demo account - it says you do not have a default account. Can anyone tell me how to make the demo account my default account?

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