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Leverage

Davidfx89
Apr 20 at 11:51
38 ieraksti
from my first day of trading i have been using only 50:1 leverage which is really risk free and easy to trade

Xazvier
Apr 20 at 15:39
26 ieraksti
I currently scalp with them. It is a better broker for scalping compared to other ecn brokers. The spreads are surprisingly good in FP Markets. Its consistent and stable even during volatile market news events.

Tremblay
May 20 at 17:49
330 ieraksti
Davidfx89 posted:
from my first day of trading i have been using only 50:1 leverage which is really risk free and easy to trade

1:50 is the best option to do risk-free trading.

akevi
May 21 at 14:28
15 ieraksti
'I currently trade with 1:30 leverage and looking to trade with higher leverage of 1:500.

Wanted to know if it is safe to trade with higher leverage or should I maintain with the same leverage?

rickyb
May 22 at 04:41
83 ieraksti
leverage has nothing to do with amount of money you lose per trade.as said before.i have 500 -1 leverage normally. i tried 20-1 leverage with small account and could only open 2 trades at a time at most.as most of account was taken up in margin call..16 times stop loss in fact.leverage could possibly limit trading in some cases.

Akasuki
May 22 at 13:22
246 ieraksti
Leverage is very important for forex trading. It is due to the leverage, anyone with a small capital can trade. Otherwise it would take a lot of money to trade currency.

UweMoench
May 22 at 13:51
545 ieraksti
Leverage is very important in forex trading. It allows us to trade with a small capital. Even with 1$, one can open trade in some brokers with high leverage. Though it is beneficial but one should be careful to use high leverage.

Suradi (FXOday)
May 24 at 20:39
117 ieraksti
Leverage giving advantage and disadvantage too, the advantage leverage is we can open order with smallest margin requirement than actual contract size, in simple analogy, we can buy the good with value 10000 only wth money 1000, it will make a double profit if-then price arises, but losing money if price decline.

RobSchiz
Jul 09 at 09:28
304 ieraksti
Davidfx89 posted:
from my first day of trading i have been using only 50:1 leverage which is really risk free and easy to trade

It is better for the new traders to use 1:50 leverage.

Christian Paul (8christianpaul8)
Jul 09 at 10:15
87 ieraksti
Leverage does not matter. What's important is risk management. If you know how much you risk on every trade, the leverage won't matter. I trade for a prop firm and they even use 1:200. Other firms have 1:100. Even if you use 1:30 or 1:3000, you will have the same amount of risk on each trade. Leverage matters if you are trading multiple positions at the same time. Lower leverage will allow few trades open because it will use more margin % while higher leverage allows you to open more positions.

Trading is a marathon, not a sprint.
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