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High Leverage

ElijahM
Jul 06 at 14:30
posts 30
Higher leverage can be an advantage or a disadvantage depending on your trading strategy, risk management, and skills. Higher leverage can bring in higher profits, but also has a higher loss value.
Jamerson
Jul 25 at 13:24
posts 28
High leverage is risky, but it also has its advantages. I use high leverage only when I use Martingale to open more and more orders across all pairs to recover losses from drawdown.
Suradi (FXOday)
Jul 25 at 22:18
posts 362
Retail traders with small-budget trading can take advantage of high leverage, but reckless using position size when choosing high leverage can be disastrous for account trading and maybe lead to quick margin calls, and trading is not gambling.
Weatherly
Jul 29 at 05:03
posts 20
High leverage is attractive for many traders as it promises high returns. But this is the first half of the equation as high leverage means high loss too. Therefore, choosing the right leverage is the key. Also, while choosing high leverage, proper risk management is essential as risk management reduces the risks involved.
Potatory
Jul 29 at 06:19
posts 17
High leverage poses a risk to beginning traders. However, if you are an expert in forex and have sufficient knowledge, you can use high leverage to profit more from this market.
momo3HC
Jul 30 at 10:08
posts 288
FXOday posted:
Retail traders with small-budget trading can take advantage of high leverage, but reckless using position size when choosing high leverage can be disastrous for account trading and maybe lead to quick margin calls, and trading is not gambling.
Exactly. Not the leverage but the position sizes are the dangerous key.
Fopdoodle
Aug 01 at 06:46
posts 19
I’d say that leverage is quite an attractive as well as a scary asset. With leverage you can make huge profits with only a small contribution from your side. But if you are not a good trader, this can go against you in the worst way. If you lose a trade using leverage, the full leverage amount along with trading charges will be deducted from your account.
That is why you must be an experienced trader, of at least 2-3 years before you start using leverage.
Yiannis_trader
Aug 01 at 07:02
posts 46
No wonder high leverage is appealing to many traders as it offers high returns. But one needs to keep in mind that high leverage also means high loss. So it is very important that while choosing high leverage, proper risk management should be taken into consideration.
Humoral
Aug 02 at 09:20
posts 20
The higher the leverage, the more is your total trading capital, which can mean significantly higher profits. However, remember that leverage can also hurt you. If you are a beginner trader, who is still figuring out fx, and cannot make consistent profits, it is better to try out leverage with smaller ratios. Because if you do not know how to manage risk properly, and how to handle your trade if the market runs against your prediction, you can suffer a huge loss with leverage. You might possibly blow your account as well. That is why it is important to have proper knowledge and experience first. Begin with smaller amounts, and gradually build up your trading skills so that you can make profits using larger leverage.
Thanatopsis
Aug 02 at 10:06
posts 18
There are many new traders who like to use high leverage in trading because of high returns. But they forget that they are putting themselves in a high-risk scenario as high leverage isn’t suitable for newbie.Beginners can use low leverages like 1:10 or 1:20.
Iconoplast
Sep 27 at 09:22
posts 21
Trading high leverage requires traders to have excellent trading skills and a well calculated trading plan. A simple mistake can erode a whole trading account within a fraction of time.
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