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1:200 leverage

Darkwarden
Dec 31 2019 at 14:53
19 posts
1:200 leverage is okey and enough for most trades, so there is no reason to seek for higher, as higher leverage may be harmful for your trading, as you can blow up deposits in a moment...

Jonny87
Jan 05 2020 at 06:58
34 posts
leverage is one of the most important tools in forex market. It increases the investment ability. Traders generally choose those brokers which give more leverage than others. So it is a very important to choose a broker which has dynamic and high leverage. I choose TP Global FX because of their high leverage which is 1:500. They don't change their ratio. It helps me to make more profit.

Laige
Apr 13 2020 at 19:20
23 posts
That is just usual average leverage being done cause of you know all that stuff which really onto your mind in average offshore broker and many people like it cause they get really used to it absolutely and possibly no matter what reason is.

richard2
Apr 14 2020 at 11:56
38 posts
Never got to use 200x. Have always traded with regulated brokers like etoro, markets.com, and Plus500, always used max 30x. and I think this is what beginners should start with. 200x is too much.

togr (togr)
Apr 14 2020 at 14:26
4862 posts
Jonny87 posted:
leverage is one of the most important tools in forex market. It increases the investment ability. Traders generally choose those brokers which give more leverage than others. So it is a very important to choose a broker which has dynamic and high leverage. I choose TP Global FX because of their high leverage which is 1:500. They don't change their ratio. It helps me to make more profit.


So if they don't change the ratio how it comes it is dynamic?

Dorigda
Apr 15 2020 at 05:27
83 posts

Everyone, of course, chooses which leverage to use, but it seems to me that they are small, not effective enough.

Michael989
May 13 2020 at 18:46
8 posts
richard2 posted:
Never got to use 200x. Have always traded with regulated brokers like etoro, markets.com, fxview and Plus500, always used max 30x. and I think this is what beginners should start with. 200x is too much.


Completely agree Richard, 1:200 leverage is way too high, I don't think that retails clients should even have the option to use such enormous leverage. I believe that such high leverage is only offered by off-shore brokers but then again I read this article about a CySEC regulated broker IQ Option, https://tradingbeasts.com/iq-option-review/#Leverage , and found out that the maximum leverage actually depends on where you reside. Meaning that if you live somewhere in the European Economic Area or in the UK, you will be able to use a maximum of 1:30 leverage but if you are based in some African or Asian country, you will be able to use much higher leverage. I am not sure if that's a good thing (I am leaning towards no), but that's the practice of even regulated brokers.

reggae
May 14 2020 at 07:10
52 posts
I think that is bit too high. It is probably for the best to trade in lower level to avoid the loss.

Tezilkree
May 14 2020 at 09:23
57 posts
Personally, it seems to me that this is a very small leverage of his community, I see the point in using it.

MP_89
May 14 2020 at 12:45
47 posts
i tried to open a real account in one broker some time ago but it offered me a leverage 1:30. do i need have a big balance for this leverage? right?
1: 200 may be a good leverage but i thought to start with min 1: 500. what can you say about it?

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