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High Leverage

ovisun
Mar 21 2019 at 00:15
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WinterWalker posted:
With 1:500 aren't you worried that a spike in the price could cause massive losses? I read that you can lose more than your deposit, doesn't that mean that if you enter a 1 Lot trade and it blows through your stop loss you can loss everything on your account and then the broker can come after you for more money.


You should be worried if you made the mistake to trade more than 0.01 lot for every 1000 in balance.
Leverage of 1:500 is perfect to help you pass through long periods of DD, it is not to trade 1 lot with 1-200 or even 1000 as balance.

SCR Traders (Pikasso)
Mar 21 2019 at 07:30
168 postów
WinterWalker posted:
With 1:500 aren't you worried that a spike in the price could cause massive losses? I read that you can lose more than your deposit, doesn't that mean that if you enter a 1 Lot trade and it blows through your stop loss you can loss everything on your account and then the broker can come after you for more money.


I think when they trade with tiny deposits it is not a problem, and usually only low-grade brokers provide leverages 1:500 and more. Such kind of brokers doesn't have a power to make clients give their extra losses back to the broker.

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Bulls and Bears (FaissalAlshaabi)
Mar 21 2019 at 07:37
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Hey guys , about leverage
If I have 1:500 leverage and use 0.1 for each 10k , is it the same for example if I have leverage 1:250 and use 0.05 for each 10k ?.. is all conditions and margin and free margin the same or it doesn't work like that ?

Amadi
Mar 22 2019 at 08:53
11 postów
Doesn't work like that. A 0.1 Lot trade is the same on a 1:1 leverage or a 1:1000 leverage. You are still buying (or selling ) 0.1 Lot. The leverage will only affect how much money you need in your account in order to trade 0.1 Lot (this is the margin)

Bulls and Bears (FaissalAlshaabi)
Mar 22 2019 at 09:14
10 postów
I mean the same margin and level or margin

Augusto84
Mar 24 2019 at 07:04
9 postów
In your example the margin used would be the same. There are many margin calculators on the web that you can find and use to check anything you need about margin and leverage. I find them very helpful

AniLorak
Mar 25 2019 at 12:10
920 postów
WinterWalker posted:
With 1:500 aren't you worried that a spike in the price could cause massive losses? I read that you can lose more than your deposit, doesn't that mean that if you enter a 1 Lot trade and it blows through your stop loss you can loss everything on your account and then the broker can come after you for more money.


I also think, 1:500 is an aggressive trading leverage! Money management is the key in trading industry.

CRPA9
Mar 25 2019 at 12:16
21 postów
AniLorak posted:
WinterWalker posted:
With 1:500 aren't you worried that a spike in the price could cause massive losses? I read that you can lose more than your deposit, doesn't that mean that if you enter a 1 Lot trade and it blows through your stop loss you can loss everything on your account and then the broker can come after you for more money.


I also think, 1:500 is an aggressive trading leverage! Money management is the key in trading industry.


I don’t believe the broker will ever come after you got money no. It don’t work like that you just blow the account.

AniLorak
Mar 26 2019 at 06:46
920 postów
CRPA9 posted:
AniLorak posted:
WinterWalker posted:
With 1:500 aren't you worried that a spike in the price could cause massive losses? I read that you can lose more than your deposit, doesn't that mean that if you enter a 1 Lot trade and it blows through your stop loss you can loss everything on your account and then the broker can come after you for more money.


I also think, 1:500 is an aggressive trading leverage! Money management is the key in trading industry.


I don’t believe the broker will ever come after you got money no. It don’t work like that you just blow the account.


Basically, the intention of market maker broker is killing the trader’s equity even providing aggressive trading features like bonus and leverage! So, traders should be aware of their trading plan.

tjat
Mar 26 2019 at 09:10
5 postów
Its ok if you have 1:500 leverage or even biger that doesn't mean you have to use it to trade big lot sizes.
If you are a signal follower then you should pay attention signal provider leverage if its high leverage the signal provider is able to do big lot sizes and that you should be considered when selecting the signal

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