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Member Since Aug 11, 2017  751 posts Mohammadi Sep 15 at 08:08
Despite of good money managing skill , leverage can be harmful .
 because the market is too much volatile and there is nothing 100% in here.


Member Since Mar 16, 2020  2 posts Amber_0302 Yesterday at 10:30
the higher leverage can magnify your profits and losses by the same degree. with higher leverage if you’re having big profits, you can have big losses as well therefore, the higher is the leverage, the higher risk you’re taking.


Member Since Apr 15, 2020  9 posts ele020 13 Hours ago
Admoni posted:
By and large traders who are particularly newcomers always fall a great loss due to non-sense planning and zero risk management plan, so before trading with high leverage it is more important to know how to manage risk.

There is a simple answer to it, higher the leverage lower is the margin requirement. But higher the leverage higher the risk.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  56 posts Michihito 9 Hours ago
Forex trading is the most risky business because of it's high leverage facilities. It becomes more risky when novice traders open big lots. As a result they get margin call every now and then. You need to be smart to make consistent profit.

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