In my opinion, the best way to avoid margin calls is to open trades in small lot sizes like micro and mini and monitor your trade carefully. Maintain a solid strategy and stick to it and have a look at the trading signals, find ways to improve your trading. You must be able to get success in avoiding margin calls.
Again always make sure you have a lot of margin while trading, I like making huge profits with my margin above 1000% , but sometimes I do let it get to 500% just to make huge and quick profits and exit for the day.
in order to reduce the risk of margin call, you need to place trades on the small lots like the micro lots 0.01. and particulary you want to avoid the margin call, there are brokers who offer bonus where the there is no margin call and the trades are closed when you lose the deposited amount,
Tremblay posted: Making a good plan can help you to deal with the losses.
And one of the biggest mistakes any trader can make is, opening a demo account on any platform and then trading with no strategy in hand, but on the basis of their instincts. While there would be few lucky trades but this sheer luck won’t last long.
@Cameron Yeah simply knowing a trading plan is important won’t do any good. What needs to be in a trading plan is equally important. After demo trading with, forex.com, and ICM, I planned my strategies revolving around firstly when to open a trade, secondly, when to close it, thirdly how to minimize the risk-reward ratio, and lastly percentage of amount at risk per trade.
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