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Any 500 to 1 leverage brokers left?

Daniel993
Apr 07 at 07:38
54 ieraksti
I personally prefer trading with ecn brokers like Etoro and FP Markets because the trading conditions are robust and reliable.

Especially FP Market spreads are stable and consistent even when the market is highly volatile during market movements. 
LabuyaChicay
Apr 08 at 05:57
99 ieraksti
Leverage is a very special facility provided by a broker. It is such a facility that helps a trader take risk beyond his capital limit. Because traders know that the higher the risk is, the higher the return is. However, I don’t like leverage trading because my risk management strategy impedes me to do this.
skihav
Apr 09 at 17:17
801 ieraksti
There are such brokers, but the question is rather that for many traders it is too unsafe.
ElliotEll
Apr 12 at 10:25
24 ieraksti
Yeah, you can check out some good brokers that I know are offering upto 500x leverage - Fxview, Tickmill and Pepperstone. Though I’d suggest, go for high leverage only if you have a deep understanding of the market.
Simonnon
May 14 at 18:34
14 ieraksti
yeah, i came across such ones, don't remember the exact brokers, but the fact that it's SUPER risky is proved already by dozens of traders who made unconscious moveso n the market which led them to the total elimination of their deposits. do ya need something like this? don't think, or at least, if you're super crazy you can try it out, but ofc, 90% you will never be able to stay for so long with such a leverage. it's not a threat, it's just a reality.

leverages are good in case they are included in your risk management strategy. it varies from trader to trader, hence all fo them have their own one.
ChristineRamon
May 15 at 17:18
14 ieraksti
It's very risky but there are some of 1:500 brokers, they are still exist..
Mario (SwingFish)
May 15 at 19:02
32 ieraksti
if you qualify as a professional trader, 500 leverage isn;t really a problem, but its not really something anyone needs anyway ;)
i daytrade I did set my leverage to 30 just to make a point and show that there isn;t really a difference if one trades 'sane'

keep in mind, exposure matters far more than drawdowns or profits, meaning if you allow a 10% drawdown to make a 2% profit, that's just bad trading.
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ceceliagreer
May 20 at 09:50
25 ieraksti
Many brokers provide 500:1 leverage, but for beginners, it is better to keep the leverage ratio low until they get the hang of the trading platform and devise good trading strategies to trade with high leverage.
quantumcrypto
May 20 at 11:13
2 ieraksti
try roboforex it's good
Mario (SwingFish)
May 21 at 20:19
32 ieraksti
quantumcrypto posted:
try roboforex it's good
Yep 1:500 on cTrader Pro and 1:2000 max on MT4.

but none needs that anyway unless you scalping half pips or whatever.

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quantumcrypto
May 21 at 21:14
2 ieraksti
trading8man
May 23 at 02:03
8 ieraksti
try FPG Fortune Prime Global
momo3HC
May 30 at 21:05
300 ieraksti
SwingFish posted:
if you qualify as a professional trader, 500 leverage isn;t really a problem, but its not really something anyone needs anyway ;)
i daytrade I did set my leverage to 30 just to make a point and show that there isn;t really a difference if one trades 'sane'

keep in mind, exposure matters far more than drawdowns or profits, meaning if you allow a 10% drawdown to make a 2% profit, that's just bad trading.
Exactly. Diversifying leverage is essential. In example you can use 500:1 leverage for major FX pairs but it's insane to use high leverage for Crypto. I think that's the key plus the good risk management. The leverage itself is not scary.
Xazvier
May 31 at 09:12
35 ieraksti
Yes, my broker FP Markets provides a max leverage of 500:1 with a robust trading condition and the commission cost is $3 per lot.
davemack
May 31 at 13:56
78 ieraksti
Can try one of these, turnkey forex, eaglefx, lqdfx, sagefx and prosperityFX. They all offer leverage up to 500x.
ElijahM
Jun 06 at 09:29
34 ieraksti
True, FP Markets offers a maximum leverage of 500:1, but only if you use their offshore license, which is with St. Vincent, because ASIC and CYSEC regulations prohibit the broker from offering leverage greater than 30:1.
PhoneticNachos (DavidWilks)
Jun 07 at 02:23
14 ieraksti
You shouldn't be trading over 50:1 leverage. Anything above that is scammer style/ boiler room/ bucket shops, preying on greedy ignorant rubes/proles.

Stick with a regulated broker like Oanda.
Protect against loses and the profits take care of themselves.
Aubrey22
Jun 08 at 08:09
47 ieraksti
Yes, Fxpro and FP Markets offer 500:1 leverage. I trade with FP Markets because the commissions and slippage are lower than with most brokers.
Mitchelsmith
Jun 13 at 10:06
21 ieraksti
You are either an experienced trader or a complete newbie who wishes to trade with such a high leverage. I would love to know how your experience goes with such a great leverage.
mortanlais
Jun 13 at 10:10
21 ieraksti
I am afraid of high leverage as it can turn my account upside down. I avoid using it even when my broker offers a high leverage ratio.
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