The minimum required amount in order to open and hold the position in financial market .In contrast to fees and costs, margin is a part of a customer's account balance that is put aside for the purpose of placing an order.
Our trading instruments are available with up to 1:500 leverage at FXTradium; nevertheless, traders should be aware that trading with the highest leverage may result in increased risks. The majority of our expert traders trade with a 1:50 leverage ratio, therefore it's critical to understand which leverage ratio is best appropriate for your trading strategies.
Margin and leverage relationships
When using less margin, larger leverage is necessary; nonetheless, our risk management department recommends that clients trade with the lowest possible leverage and only trade with 10% of their capital in order to stay within the safe zone of risk tolerance. For example, if your starting capital is just 1000 USD, it is advised that you obtain 100 USD in margin in order to avoid falling into a risk zone. For a more precise understanding of the connection between margin and leverage, you might use the formula provided below.
Margin = (Lot x Contract size ) / Leverage
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Risk Warning : Forex trading has a high degree of risk and may not be appropriate for all traders. Trading and investing in these products, especially those using Leverage, is speculative and carries a significant degree of risk to your financial assets. You should ensure that you understand all of the risks associated with a Transaction before proceeding. You should also obtain independent counsel before proceeding. Accordingly, the Company is not obligated to determine the acceptability of these items in light of your specific circumstances. To be clear, trading in leveraged products such as foreign exchange and contract for differences (CFDs) is high-risk, and losses may much surpass the amount of money invested, including any cash, kept on deposit as margin.