Certainly you should not put limitations to use of demo account. You should use it until you get confident that you can trade on live account with profits. When you are sure, then switch to live environment but with minimum initial investment
You mean here probably some demo accounts ? I think that something good will be come out anyway out of it, correct ? Otherwise I do not see anything which will come even close. Each broker have it's own limitations and new features, so as many as you like.
I just 'messed' up a test account on forex.com and, since I didn't have too much time to understand how this all goes, I'm sure I would need at least 1 more go for a test if not more.
Were you able to learn faster? How many test accounts did you need?
i have found it important to mess around and test every thing out on the first demo so you can under stand it all better, then set up a new demo and practice what you are learning good or bad, then i have a 3rd that i treat as a live account
Let's just hope that never happens with a real accountIn the early days, I've opened plenty , in one broker itself. Once, while trading , the trades were closed & the entire account got closed suddenly by the broker, I still remember that incident. Due to the continuous opening of demo accounts or they didn't like my phone I gave while registering, I still cudn't figure out why that happened.