Trading Demo Account

Try our well-equipped demo trading platform with $50,000 in virtual funds:

Demo Account Features

Trade with no risk

Use our risk-free environment to hone your skills and improve your trading strategies.

Access the global markets

Trade our 80+ FX pairs, stock CFDs, indices, commodities, and more using customizable charts, drawing tools, and indicators.

Real-time pricing

Experience the live markets with our superior execution and reliability on web and mobile.

Open a Demo Account

90 days risk-free trading with $50,000 in virtual funds.

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How long does a demo account last?

Demo accounts with our platforms last for 90 days after sign up. Afterward, you will not be able to log in using the demo account credentials.

Demo accounts with the MetaTrader 4 platform last for 30 days unless there are open trades in the demo account.
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Can I renew my demo account?

Unfortunately, at this time, demo accounts cannot be renewed.
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What is the difference between a demo account and a live trading account?

Demo account usernames with our platforms have your email address in it.

Demo account usernames and account numbers with the MetaTrader platform are 8-digits long.

For confirmation, you may always contact us via Live Chat or phone call.

The primary difference between a demo account and a live trading account is that there is no capital at risk when trading in a demo account.’s demo/practice account is a core element of our educational effort. A practice account is intended to familiarize you with the tools and features of's trading platforms and to facilitate the testing of forex trading strategies in a risk-free environment using virtual funds.

Results achieved on the practice account are hypothetical and no representation is made that any account will or is likely to achieve actual profits or losses similar to those achieved in the practice account.

Conditions in the practice account cannot always reasonably reflect all of the market conditions that may affect pricing, execution and margin requirements in a live trading environment. Margin and leverage settings by product and account may vary from time to time between your practice account and a live account due to live account settings changes imposed by resulting from market volatility and other factors.

The pricing available in the demo environment is the same pricing available to account holders. Pricing for managed accounts and accounts referred by an Introducing Broker may differ.

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Does TradingView have a demo account?

You can use the Paper Trading feature — it was specifically designed to execute simulated trades without having to risk real money. To practice trading using Paper Trading, open a chart, then open the Trading Panel and select Paper Trading. Please note that this type of trading does not reflect the nature of speed and order execution on an integrated account.

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