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Michihito
Jan 12 at 12:41
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Actually risk percentage depends on many factors. How much you can tolerate is a factor. It also associated with your winning ratio. A trading strategy is a combination of all factors according to your skills, capital, risk tolerance power. You have to make a system so that you can survive in the market and make profit.

Seb King (sebking1986)
Jan 12 at 14:24
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Agreed but that being said a rule of thumb for beginners is 1-2% regardless of RR per trade. How many trades are placed at once is another question. Personally no more than 3 at a time

AliaDare
Jan 12 at 14:31
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I don't think you should risk more than 2% for a trade. If you risk more than 2%, it will never be under the management of money management.

SCR Traders (Pikasso)
Jan 12 at 16:26
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A good level of risk is 1% per trade. But it varies according to many factors: market, asset, strategy, risk appetite and other

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Dictiony
Jan 13 at 02:07
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AliaDare posted:
I don't think you should risk more than 2% for a trade. If you risk more than 2%, it will never be under the management of money management.

Yes, exactly the advice which I was also thinking of. We should not adopt the risk over 2% to keep our trade safe.

richard2
Jan 13 at 07:16
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It actually depends on a trader's risk tolerance, Different with everyone. Hard to standardize.

tiahsherman
Jan 21 at 11:35
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I agree with you. I never risk more than 1-2% to be on the safer side in my trades.

LeonRocky3
Jan 21 at 19:43
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Personally I give myself 2% risk

MichaelEX
Jan 28 at 09:44
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The risk-reward ratio measures how much your potential profit is, for every dollar you risk.
If you have a risk-reward ratio of 1:3, it means you’re risking $1 to make $3.

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