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caringloriana
Mar 25 at 06:34
26 posts
Sarjohn posted:
1:30 is the safest leverage if you don’t want to risk so much. Although it also depends on instruments which you are trading.

That’s right and you can also choose to lower the leverage in case the risk is high on this one.

DawnDanny
Mar 25 at 10:36
14 posts
caringloriana posted:
Sarjohn posted:
1:30 is the safest leverage if you don’t want to risk so much. Although it also depends on instruments which you are trading.

That’s right and you can also choose to lower the leverage in case the risk is high on this one.

Yeah but 1:30 is already pretty low and as per my experience, you shouldn’t go that low. If you don't risk anything, how will you make any profit? Forex is all about risking and making money. Can’t do that without risking, right?

Michihito
Mar 25 at 12:49
298 posts
Leverage is very important in forex trading. With leverage a trader can manage more trades with minimal capital. It proposes you that with a little capital you can make larger profit. Leverage ends up being more perilous when we use big lot contrasted with capital. For my trading I use 300:1.

caringloriana
Mar 26 at 06:58
26 posts
DawnDanny posted:
caringloriana posted:
Sarjohn posted:
1:30 is the safest leverage if you don’t want to risk so much. Although it also depends on instruments which you are trading.

That’s right and you can also choose to lower the leverage in case the risk is high on this one.

Yeah but 1:30 is already pretty low and as per my experience, you shouldn’t go that low. If you don't risk anything, how will you make any profit? Forex is all about risking and making money. Can’t do that without risking, right?

@Dawn I usually keep it up 1:10 and I’m okay with it. The profits are decent and the platforms (Etoro, Turnkeyforex) have no limitations on my use of leverage. However the important thing for me is to play safe and learn at this point. So I stand by my strategy of risking low.

LukeRachel
Mar 27 at 01:11
46 posts
How much leverage I will select depends on the investment. If the investment is good, then selecting less leverage should not be a problem. But if the investment is low, it is not possible to trade if the leverage is not high.

allenaguilar
Apr 07 at 12:47
12 posts
There is no particular leverage that can be recommended. You must choose the right leverage ratio in accordance with your trading requirements.

LukeRachel
Apr 08 at 01:32
46 posts
allenaguilar posted:
There is no particular leverage that can be recommended. You must choose the right leverage ratio in accordance with your trading requirements.

I agree. Leverage is a very important issue. This helps keep the account secure.

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