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Leverage

forex_trader_[2009352]
Dec 12 2020 at 15:38
3 ieraksti
What is the recommended leverage for small accounts?

systemafx (systemafx)
Dec 12 2020 at 16:41
200 ieraksti
1:30 esma

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LyudmilLukanov
Dec 12 2020 at 17:29
461 ieraksti
It depends on what market you are trading. In crypto there are some restrictions on leverage issued by regulators.

forex_trader_[1983341]
Dec 12 2020 at 18:52
35 ieraksti
1:500 should be the maximum. Leverage only amplify your trading, it doesn't make you a better trader.

forex_trader_[2009352]
Dec 12 2020 at 20:07
3 ieraksti
small account for fx EA

Imamul
Dec 13 2020 at 03:59
583 ieraksti
it depends on your trading condition , need to explain more about .

mikehussy332
Jan 05 at 09:07
21 ieraksti
You should stick with 1:100 or go as high as 1:200 in the beginning. This is the safest way of using leverage for trading.

Sarjohn (Sarjohn)
Jan 05 at 10:00
160 ieraksti
Leverage is a double edged sword it magnifies the risk. The greater the amount of leverage on your capital the higher the risk that you will have therefore for small account use 1:30 leverage only.

first_time
Jan 05 at 11:58
70 ieraksti
mikehussy332 posted:
You should stick with 1:100 or go as high as 1:200 in the beginning. This is the safest way of using leverage for trading.

I wouldn't say 1:100 is safest. That is very dangerous, even for the well experienced traders as well.
1:30 from that first reply is perfect, even for the experienced traders.
Small accounts can have 10x leverage as maximum, to me.

Carlos122
Jan 05 at 15:15
19 ieraksti
'Leverage is an advantage for traders, but for beginner and traders who do not take risk find leverage as a draw because they worry that higher leverage means higher loss.

But looking at it positively, the higher the leverage, the lower the capital invested and the higher the profit if you have a successful trade.

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