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Complete newby here, just trying to work out how to make my first investment in all Ordinaries.

Can any help out the easiest way to do that?

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Its your choice but if new to trading ,the current market is for experienced traders ,if you trade as newbie in current turmoil i am 100% sure you will burn.

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Also recommend use demo account for at least 30 trades if not more and watch indices and commodities regular

or any others you may be interested in to gauge how quick markets move .

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