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How true is High leverage = High risk?

Dorigda
Nov 28 2020 at 13:05
83 poster
The ability to manage capital and certain skills can make the risks much less, and if you still use good leverage, like the broker Amarkets 1: 1000, then, in principle, there are no problems.

Darrensmith
Dec 01 2020 at 09:40
37 poster
I spent half a year just trying and deliberating different brokers and kinds of accounts. I think every trader should.

EdenStrategies
forex_trader_[1996705] ()
Dec 01 2020 at 09:57
18 poster
Use low leverage for better risk management

Markwoods
Dec 01 2020 at 10:31
26 poster
Dorigda posted:
The ability to manage capital and certain skills can make the risks much less, and if you still use good leverage, like the broker Amarkets 1: 1000, then, in principle, there are no problems.

It is ultimately all about risk management. Because I think not using leverage is just playing it too safe, and that can certainly not lead to big gains.

Marksteve
Dec 01 2020 at 12:36
36 poster
I have actually been concentrating more on trying to find out different sorts of indicators on different strategies. Researching on what works best with what, and what time in the market. I am a very firm believer that it is all about one’s own skills rather than depending on a broker for profits.

Markwoods
Dec 01 2020 at 13:06
26 poster
No denying the fact that profits ultimately depend on the skills of a trader. A broker can only help by offering certain leverage. Higher the better!

Darrensmith
Dec 02 2020 at 03:55
37 poster
High leverage is only safe in the hands of very experienced traders. It’s not meant for all.

williamhayes
Dec 02 2020 at 08:07
38 poster
As I traded in the past, besides the leverage concern, I do assume that some of most underrated tools come in handy to arbitrate your ongoing trades.

Being a FXTM user, I mostly spent my time with: Pivot Point Strategy, Forex News Timeline, Margin Calculator, Profit Calculator and Invest Profit calculator.

@Lorencecolling : just out of curiosity, do you also feel that such tools are helpful in settling your trades to some extent? How’s it with yours, fxview?
Would appreciate a reply.

Marksteve
Dec 03 2020 at 05:24
36 poster
williamhayes posted:
As I traded in the past, besides the leverage concern, I do assume that some of most underrated tools come in handy to arbitrate your ongoing trades.

Being a FXTM user, I mostly spent my time with: Pivot Point Strategy, Forex News Timeline, Margin Calculator, Profit Calculator and Invest Profit calculator.

@Lorencecolling : just out of curiosity, do you also feel that such tools are helpful in settling your trades to some extent? How’s it with yours, fxview?
Would appreciate a reply.

Add periodicals to the list. It’s an awesome tool!

Lorencecolling
Dec 03 2020 at 10:46
49 poster
williamhayes posted:
As I traded in the past, besides the leverage concern, I do assume that some of most underrated tools come in handy to arbitrate your ongoing trades.

Being a FXTM user, I mostly spent my time with: Pivot Point Strategy, Forex News Timeline, Margin Calculator, Profit Calculator and Invest Profit calculator.

@Lorencecolling : just out of curiosity, do you also feel that such tools are helpful in settling your trades to some extent? How’s it with yours, fxview?
Would appreciate a reply.

it’s not my bank account password you are asking for so I am all in for sharing my experiences :)

I am more into intuitions and instincts so don’t use them much.

Besides not operating all calculators (commissions, margins, pip values, swap, profit/loss, fibonacci, position sizes, pivot points) I rarely use autochartist on fxview for real time updates when I have my eyes glued to the screen.

Fine tuning my strategies is my only strategy to more successful trades (about 70%).

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