LeviSievwright5 posted: The less leverage you use, the better. If the leverage is low, you will refrain from over trading due to margins. I suggest using 1: 500 leverage. This leverage will always support you in trading.
Oh man. If you say it is best to use low leverage and then say 1:500 is the right leverage to use it does mean you know nothing.
Either you prefer low leverage like 1:10 Or you prefer high leverage like 1:500 You simply can't support both.
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