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I also think that it is fine to start trading forex right away.
The only thing a newbie should bear in mind is the fact that they need to learn before hoping for outstanding trading results. In most of the cases people are hypnotizd by some pretty picture on the Internet which tells that some teenager earned some huge amount of money and bought mazeratti just because of trading. If a trader believes in such a bs then he will hardly achieve anything decent in forex.
It doesn't matter whether to start learning forex trading or trading on the stock market. I wouldn't say that trading stocks is easier than forex. These financial instruments have different pecularities and characteristic features.

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