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## Dynamic Leverage

Whether you’re looking to trade Forex using a smaller or larger capital, we’re boosting your investment power using dynamic leverage that can reach up to 1:3000. Whenever you place an order to Buy or Sell any of the following instruments, the money required to open a trade is automatically adjusted according to the trade volume (in lots).

Let's See an Example:

How much margin is needed to open 20 lots of EUR/USD with the dynamic leverage compared to a normal account with 1:500 leverage? EUR/USD Market Price = 1.19326 - Contract size = \$ 100,000

### Margin Required Formula:

Required Margin = Number of lots x Contract size x Market Price / Leverage
\$ 4,773.04 = 20 lots x 100,000 x 1.19326 / 500

• Dynamic Leverage
• 20 Lots with Dynamic Leverage would be split between:
• 1 Lot @ 3000 = \$ 39.78
• 4 Lots @ 2000 = \$ 238.65
• 5 Lots @ 1000 = \$ 596.63
• 10 Lots @500 = \$ 2386.52
• It will cost you \$ 3,261.58
• Traders Trust just saved you \$ 1,511.46
• Normal Leverage
• 20 Lots @ 500 Leverage
• It would cost you \$ 4,773.04

Once you enter the markets, Dynamic Leverage automatically adjusts your leverage and margin based on your open position.

## Find how much money you can saveon your Traders Trust Account

Traders Trust’s Margin Calculator will help you identify the margin required to open a position before entering the markets. Use our calculator to help build your forex trading strategy.

Watching the markets and making informed, educated decisions can be a complex and challenging task. Because of the high leverage you can apply on your initial positions, managing your risk is more crucial than ever so make sure you understand market data, recognize market patterns, trends and the movement of instruments to manage your risk properly.

When trading with dynamic leverage, the order in which you open positions matters so make sure you use the calculator to check which currency pair you can benefit from the most with higher leverage.

## Try the Traders Trust Dynamic Leverage Calculator

Leverage Lots Margin

## Leverage Levels Based on your Lots

• Net Open Lots
Maximum Leverage
• 0 - 1
Max 1:3000
• 1,01 - 5
Max 1:2000
• 5,01 - 10
Max 1:1000
• 10,01 - 20
Max 1:500
• 20,01 - 50
Max 1:200
• 50,01 - 100
Max 1:100
• 100,01 - 300
Max 1:50
• 300,01 - 500
Max 1:33
• 500,01 >
Max 1:25

## Dynamic Leverage applies on the following Currency Pairs

• Currency Pairs
• AUD
• CHF
• EUR
• GBP
• NZD
• SGD
• USD
• AUDCHF
• AUDJPY
• AUDNZD
• AUDUSD

CFDs on Forex are complex leveraged products traded on margin. They are derivative financial instruments that allow investors/traders to speculate on the price change of an asset without owning that asset. CFDs carry a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. Due to their complexity and volatility, trading CFDs on Forex may not be suitable for all investors as you may lose some or all of your invested/earned capital. Ensure that you fully understand the risks involved before deciding to trade.

Understanding the risks involved and learning about the markets does not guarantee avoidance of losses but it may help you make informed decisions and manage your invested funds and trading risks more effectively. For first-time traders or investors, visit our website to register for a demo account and learn the basics. With a free demo account which includes a virtual balance, you can practice trading or test your strategies in a risk-free and safe environment.

The most effective risk management tool is knowledge. Traders Trust’s educational material will present you with useful tips, depending on your investment strategy. Novice traders frequently encounter challenges when starting out their trading careers and Traders Trust’s educational courses will help you both understand and overcome those.

Trading with leverage enables you to control positions that exceed the value of your initial investment. For example: if you deposited \$2,000 into your account, trading with a 1:30 leverage would allow you the purchase power of \$60,000.

This can maximize your profits when the market moves in your favour. However, if the market moves in an unfavourable direction, leverage can magnify losses.

Effective risk management techniques for traders:

Risk management is an essential but often overlooked precondition to successful trading. If proper risk management is not implemented, a trader might lose all generated capital in just one or two dreadful trades.

Ensure that you manage risk successfully:

Only invest amounts that wouldn’t impact your finances if lost. Diversifying by investing in multiple asset classes is the most commonly known risk management method.

Stop Loss & Stop Out

They prevent losses you cannot afford. Once you enter the markets, dynamic leverage adjusts the leverage and margin to your trading benefit to help keep your positions open.