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Opening big lot

UweMoench
Dec 20 2020 at 09:06
464 Posts
Most amateur traders jump to open big lot size as it brings immense profit. But a big lot size can transform into a bad dream. You can get a margin call. Don't risk more than 2% of your capital.

LyudmilLukanov
Dec 20 2020 at 11:41
461 Posts
UweMoench posted:
Most amateur traders jump to open big lot size as it brings immense profit. But a big lot size can transform into a bad dream. You can get a margin call. Don't risk more than 2% of your capital.

It is essential to follow proper risk management in order to set or increase lot size.

LeviSievwright5
Dec 21 2020 at 02:34
298 Posts
Every trader should work according to plan and discipline. At the same time, it is very important to follow money management. If a trader does not follow money management, he will never be able to make a consistent profit.

Alisson332
Jan 12 at 08:49
23 Posts
Yes, risking more than 2% amounts for a huge loss. Sometimes, it works for some traders but only at the cost of risking their trade.

trollsdindy
Feb 09 at 10:01
23 Posts
Yes, risking more than 2%of your trade or capital can turn out to be a bigger mistake than most people realise it at the time. It is important to focus on your risk management and 2% is the safest you can be.

Gracewilson1995
Feb 09 at 11:05
147 Posts
personally i am not in the favor to open big lots as i believe it leads to slippage which can actually disturb the plans or the targets

epeeminna
Feb 24 at 05:27
12 Posts
I agree with you. It is better to avoid getting a margin call and not risk so high. Keeping it to 1 or 2% is safe and sound in my opinion.

first_time
Feb 24 at 09:25
73 Posts
Gracewilson1995 posted:
personally i am not in the favor to open big lots as i believe it leads to slippage which can actually disturb the plans or the targets

Exactly how i am feeling about big lots, but setting the margin call will make it quite good but I can see how slippage can get worse

robindude
Feb 24 at 10:18
103 Posts
As long as you keep your risk to 2%, this is fine

SofieAndreasen
Feb 24 at 14:04
484 Posts
robindude posted:
As long as you keep your risk to 2%, this is fine

New traders should not take more than 5% risk per trade.

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