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What is Pip ?
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Dictiony

Member Since Apr 01, 2020  125 posts Dictiony Apr 17 at 04:50
What is Pip In Forex, I am learner and asking for this question for learning purposes.

juri282

Member Since Feb 06, 2019  11 posts juri282 (juri282) Apr 17 at 10:12
A pip measures the amount of change in the exchange rate for a currency pair, and is calculated using last decimal point. Since most major currency pairs are priced to 4 decimal places, the smallest change is that of the last decimal point which is equivalent to 1/100 of 1%, or one basis point.

mdsh7864

Member Since Apr 04, 2020  13 posts mdsh7864 Apr 23 at 13:58
Hi,
Actually i am also a new trader in forex. But i research more and i learned that, pips is a symbol of changing rate. If rate change low or high then its called one pip change.

Thines1

Member Since Oct 25, 2019  20 posts Thines1 May 09 at 10:23
Every beginner who wants to understand the intricacies of trading on the currency market must know what a Pip on Forex is, as this concept is mentioned in the Forex literature quite often.
For currency pairs, a pip or point forex is usually one decimal American dollar. Also, 1 pip can be equated to one basis point or a hundredth of a percent.
A unit of one pip at Forex is a small indicator in the change of one or another currency pair.
So, if you still ask yourself a question: how much is one pip, then you need to understand once and for all that this is the minimum price change of a currency pair or another asset in the Forex market.

reggae

Member Since May 11, 2020  25 posts reggae May 15 at 07:05
When there is a change in price, we just say one pip change. Maybe this will help you - https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/pips-and-pipettes

simmonjoshua

Member Since May 06, 2020  8 posts simmonjoshua May 27 at 11:02
A pip, short for point in percentage, represents a tiny measure of the change in a currency pair in the forex market. A pip is the smallest fraction that a currency pair can move. Suppose, the eurusd is at 1.09457, then a one pip advance will make it 1.09458

Dictiony

Member Since Apr 01, 2020  125 posts Dictiony Aug 11 at 00:40
mdsh7864 posted:
Hi,
Actually i am also a new trader in forex. But i research more and i learned that, pips is a symbol of changing rate. If rate change low or high then its called one pip change.

Great to hear that you are also new in Forex trading and are learning Forex. Thanks to giving me such a informative answer of my question. I have clear idea of what is pip actually.

ethan_65

Member Since Feb 07, 2020  41 posts ethan_65 Aug 12 at 08:44
PIP which stands for “point in percentage” is the smallest difference in the change in the price of two currencies. It is basically a unit of measurement to define the smallest change in the value between two currencies. It is the measurement of currency movement. It is also used for ascertaining loss & gains.
For example- if the price of EURUSD moves from 1.1402 to 1.1403 this would be one pip.

Pointingmark

Member Since Sep 30, 2020  11 posts Pointingmark Oct 08 at 10:33
A pip is the smallest amount by which a currency quote can change.

Amber_0302

Member Since Mar 16, 2020  31 posts Amber_0302 Oct 12 at 12:04
The point in percentage (PIP) is a standardized unit and it is more commonly referred to as 1/100th of 1%, or one basis point.

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