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Different levels of leverage

tediousbissa
Jun 09 at 13:13
18 Posts
1:30 or 1:50 are some good leverage ratios for newbies. There’s less risk involved. I too started with 50x leverage when I was a beginner, but am playing with 500x at the moment.

Aurisida
Jun 10 at 07:38
46 Posts
Different brokers offer different amounts of leverage, but it seems to me that everyone should choose for himself, because I only for his trade will have an impact.

Tremblay
Jun 10 at 08:27
330 Posts
Aurisida posted:
Different brokers offer different amounts of leverage, but it seems to me that everyone should choose for himself, because I only for his trade will have an impact.

I think 1:50 will be the best option for the new traders.

Tradelist45
Jun 11 at 10:01
129 Posts
yes i also this this small leverage is more appropriate for the traders who are particularly beginners. but i have seen most of the beginners always think only good amount of leverage can good profit , but its not at all.

whiskeystar
Jun 11 at 11:16
7 Posts
Why small leverage? I think that larger leverage is good for small traders because you need a smaller account

BarronLucas
Jun 11 at 14:20
23 Posts
What are the different levels of leverage that a beginner trader can use when entering with live account.

Davidfx89
Jun 12 at 12:03
33 Posts
actually small leverage contains small risk amount, but sometimes i feel there is no one who can predict the leverage risk ratio , its rally a risky approach

Skinim
Jun 13 at 06:33
12 Posts
I use leverage more than once, and I cannot say that this is a high enough risk and, in principle, everything suits me.

marshallbuchanan
Jun 25 at 03:43
15 Posts
Leverage use should be dependent on skills and experience. A trader earning consistent profits without leverage, can obviously resort to using high leverage.

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