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Updated: Sep 21, 2023


Okay, so let's talk about leverage in a way that's easy to understand. Imagine you have a small toy car, but you want to control a big monster truck. Well, leverage is like using a special power that lets you control that monster truck with just your little toy car.

Now, let's bring this idea into the world of Forex trading. Forex trading is when you buy and sell different currencies to make money. Leverage in Forex trading means borrowing some money to make even more money. It's like having a small amount of money in your piggy bank, but being able to control a much bigger amount of money in the Forex market.

Let's use an example to make it clearer. Imagine a Forex broker offers you a leverage of 100:1. This means that for every $1 you have in your piggy bank, you can make a trade worth $100. So, if you have $1000 in your piggy bank, you can control a trade worth $100,000! That's a lot of money, right?

Now, let's say the leverage is even higher, like 500:1. This means for every $1 in your piggy bank, you can make a trade worth $500. So, with just $1, you can control a trade worth $500. That's pretty amazing!

Leverage is great because it allows people with only a little bit of money to make much bigger trades and potentially earn more money. But here's the thing, leverage can also be risky. If a trade doesn't go well, you can lose money very quickly. We'll talk more about that later, so stay tuned!


Imagine you have $1000 in your trading account. With a special power called leverage, you can trade a position that is worth a whopping $100,000! That's like having a giant pile of money to play with. Now, let's say you invest that $100,000 and it goes up in value by $1000, making it $101,000.

But here's the cool part: if you didn't have leverage, you would have needed to invest the whole $100,000. That would have only given you a tiny return of 1%. However, because you have leverage of 100:1, you only had to invest $1000. And guess what? That $1000 turned into a huge return of 100%!

Leverage is like a superpower that makes your gains much bigger. It's like using a magnifying glass to make things look way larger than they actually are. So it might seem like a good idea to open a trading account with the highest leverage possible. But wait, is it really a good idea?


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