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How much Important of Leverage for Trading
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Fxanbu

Member Since Aug 12, 2020  4 posts Fxanbu Aug 25 at 11:39
Hi

How much Important of Leverage for Trading
high level or low level leverage are best in our accounts?

Thank you!

Malajind

Member Since Aug 07, 2020  24 posts Malajind Aug 25 at 16:21
I believe that leverage is a very good option for those who do not have the opportunity to deposit a large amount, but want to have a large deposit for successful trading, which is why Amarkets offer quite good leverage.

Fxanbu

Member Since Aug 12, 2020  4 posts Fxanbu Aug 25 at 17:06
Thanks for your replay
ya its value point for trading accounts

Michihito

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  107 posts Michihito Aug 26 at 09:20
For small traders like us, leverage is very important. Without leverage it's not possible to trade with small amount of money. As forex moves very little in terns of percentage. It's the leverage that makes the trading interesting with low capital.

UweMoench

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  115 posts UweMoench Aug 26 at 09:49
Yes leverage is very important. Without leverage you need a lot of money to trade. For example, to open a 0.05 lots without leverage you need 5000$. But using a lot of leverage and big lot can wipe out your account very quickly. You need to be careful about it.

kasparsvas16

Member Since Jul 25, 2018  141 posts HollandTrader (kasparsvas16) Aug 26 at 13:06
In leverage is plus and minus.
If you use big leverage you can open with big lot, but it mean you will receive big profit or big lose.
Also, all who use big leverage account will include broker plugins who close orders not correctly, if you trade with EA.
Use big leverage you must put a 'lot', like you was use it without leverage, than you will get profit.
Always put 'lot' 50% lower than you use always because of plugins, slippage, ping, and spread.
I use leverage on few account's betwean 500 and 1000.

Just please think, why EU have made for all brokers leverage 1:50 it is because if you use bigger, in first you can get good profit, you are happy, and after that it going depend of broker good profit, and going week or month you just simply blow your account, because of margin call (because you use big lot and not keep on money management)

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EbonyJones

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  115 posts EbonyJones Aug 26 at 19:39
IF you are new in this market, using low leverage will be good for you. Because high leverage means taking high risks.

Fernando9

Member Since Jul 04, 2020  14 posts Fernando9 Aug 27 at 06:21
EbonyJones posted:
IF you are new in this market, using low leverage will be good for you. Because high leverage means taking high risks.

I agree on that. Using low leverage in the start is always better.

jaredtaylor

Member Since Aug 05, 2019  45 posts jaredtaylor Aug 27 at 11:49
EbonyJones posted:
IF you are new in this market, using low leverage will be good for you. Because high leverage means taking high risks.


Correct. Beginners shouldn't make much use of leverage otherwise they'll end up with more risk and losses might also come their way. So better keep it restricted to 30x or 40x max until they dont gain experience.

CirillaCosta

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  34 posts CirillaCosta Aug 27 at 12:21
Leverage is good for those who have little investment but huge knowledge. But if you are new in this market, you shouldn't use high leverage.

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