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    Mark M is offline Senior Member
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    Default Low leverage or High leverage

    It depends on your trading balance. if you have sufficient balance , then you can make profit very rapidly by using high leverage. But if not, it is better to trade with small leverage for avoiding risk.

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    Sobahan Ali is offline Senior Member
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    By using leverage you will be win or not , it depends on your trading plan . With real trading plan including exact risk managing plan it is obviously possible to make profit very quickly by using high leverage despite of having small balance. on the other hand , in spite of sufficient trading balance thatís not possible to ensure profit by leverage , if you donít know how to manage risk.

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    mang_ncep is offline Junior Member
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    You are right "with real trading plan including exact risk managing plan it is obviously possible to make profit very quickly by using high leverage despite of having small balance", having sufficient knowledge and experience will help us a lot. A lot of broker offer high leverage such as FXB Trading which offers leverage up to 1:1000, but, we really have to use it wisely.
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