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How much Important of Leverage for Trading
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Member Since Jul 20, 2020  150 posts ElliotCooke Sep 10 at 11:06
Leverage is very important to make huge money from your little investment. But if you don't have any knowledge about leverage it will be very dangerous to use it.


Member Since Jan 10, 2020  23 posts kkkkk_1 Sep 11 at 09:27
AliaDare posted:
Leverage is very detrimental to low investment. Your account is always protected when the leverage is low. It is very important to keep low leverage to follow money management and risk management. According to the trading plan, it is possible to make a consistent profit by working with low leverage.

hello sir.
thank you for explanations.
i have one more question please. you told that low leverage protects an account. but if i put leverage 1:30 i need more money on my acc trade. that is i cannot trade. so i need to put more higher leverage. what about 1:100? is it ok?


Member Since Jul 20, 2020  150 posts ElliotCooke Oct 09 at 18:06
Leverage is very useful for low investing traders. it helps them to make more profit with their little investment.

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