Forex Trading For Beginners

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  1. hi there I'm new to trading, can someone advise me as to whether its possible to simply buy and hold stocks? I've been on some demo accounts and every time I've bought some stocks with the intention of holding it knowing that the price will eventually rise, the price has dropped and the account has shut me off due to not having enough funds available to fund the drop in price. I want to get away from this and purely hold the stock for the value I've paid and when the price eventually rises I can then sell to make profit. I don't mind paying holding charges or paying a percentage per trade. Advise please thank you :)

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