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Transitioning to higher leverage
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Member Since Aug 14, 2018  11 posts LeadPellet May 29 at 12:54
It sounds like you are confused about leverage and risk, Go back to baby pips school for help


Member Since Apr 13, 2020  14 posts adenphoto May 29 at 16:25
LeadPellet posted:
It sounds like you are confused about leverage and risk, Go back to baby pips school for help

Ive never heard of this, but will look into it - thank you.

kevin8659 posted:
you should consider changing brocker because i personally never heard of them

They are quite popular and one of the larger brokers - reason I chose them was because of connectivity into tradingview, helps me alot. Its one of their recommended brokers.


Member Since Dec 28, 2019  9 posts Periwield May 30 at 16:11
I think you can afford it in the market, because it's to let you make a good enough profit. But naturally, if you want to take part in more risky approaches, you have to be well prepared for that. You always have to act wisely.


Member Since Apr 04, 2020  49 posts Tezilkree Jun 30 at 03:38
If you have chosen a good broker, then you can safely use a large leverage.


Member Since Jun 22, 2020  18 posts first_time Jun 30 at 07:32
While transitioning to higher level is a good idea, but I really do not recommend 100x


Member Since Jul 06, 2020  1 posts Jasonholder Jul 06 at 10:47
Higher leverage will involve higher risks. Taking high risks at the initial stages of your trading might not be a good option.


Member Since Apr 25, 2020  40 posts Kazile Jul 06 at 14:25
Switching to a large leverage must take into account all the risks

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