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Garrywilson posted: I find it too risky to use leverage. Can’t imagine owing money to the broker and defeat the whole purpose of being in the market.
If you use a broker that offers negative balance protection, there’s no way that you’ll be risking owing anything to the broker. Then there’s stop loss as well to the rescue. If I’m not wrong all brokers offer these features, and if yours don’t, simply transfer your funds to a better broker.
LeviSievwright5 posted: The higher the leverage, the higher the risk. So it is very important to be careful about leverage.
Certainly! I am devoting maximum time on my risk management part of the trading plan. Not planning on risking more than 1%, and going to maintain a ratio of 1:3 for using leverage. Hopefully I’m on the right track.
unsightlydray posted: As someone with just a few dollars extra to give trading a shot, would it be possible at all to gain anything without the use of leverage? And is it even wise to use up all of your own cash?
Technically leverage helps you to gain more but the problem with them is that you can also lose completely
I completely agree with you, and sadly it’s the losing part that happens more.
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