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leverage in fx

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Leverage is an important financial tool which an investor should consider when choosing a broker. Practically it allows an investor to grow his market exposure to a level that exceeds the initial investment.  Now I am trading with Trade12 which is regulated and for all time make sure up to leverage 1: 400 which is very supportive to trade in a high lot in spite of small balance.               

 

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Leverage is important but to handle it with proper management is difficult. I have seen so many traders who are taking high Leverage and taking high risk with it. Handling Leverage in this market is not easy, only experienced traders know how to work with high Leverage when market is not in our favor.

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determine leverage itself depends on its own traders. a novice trader can not use the same leverage as experienced traders because of different abilities and experience. therefore suggested to the novice trader uses a small capital with a leverage of 1: 500 for the purpose of the adaptation process when using a real account.

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In this market place, Leverage is an important financial tool which an investor should consider when choosing a broker. Actually it allows an investor to grow his market exposure to a level that exceeds the initial investment.  Before trading with high leverage we the traders have to know how to manage risk, otherwise we ll fall a great loss.   

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in my opinion, the determination of leverage to differentiate through capital used, as well as the ability and experience at the disposal. but usually for a trader who has capital is not too big, or traders who lack the ability or experience, using the leverage of 1: 500 in order to be more focused to manage trading, as well as the adaptation process.

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But the thing to be noted about leverage is that it could bring high damages if chosen unattended, as the new traders being unaware of the market may ruin their account by choosing higher leverages.

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The beginners actually try to make money very rapidly by using high leverage. They fall a great loss when trading practically due to non-sense planning and zero risk management policy, nothing to do with high leverage at all. So, first of all we the traders who are particularly beginners have to acquire the policy how to manage risk.   

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to leverage their own that depends on its own traders. a novice trader can not use the same leverage as experienced traders because of different abilities and experience. therefore suggested to the novice trader uses a small capital with a leverage of 1: 500 for the purpose of the adaptation process when using a real account.

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I dont know which leverage can be handle by which trader but if you are skilled and know how to work with leverage then no matter what number it has. You can make money with it.

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So many suggestion for leverage but i will say learn well so that you can understand what kind of leverage is good and choose one according to your knowledge of Forex.

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