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Margin is usually expressed as a percentage of the full amount of the position. Based on the margin required by your broker, you can calculate the maximum leverage you can wield with your trading account. Margin requirement: This is an easy one because we just talked about it. It is the amount of money your broker requires you to open a position.
It is expressed in percentages. Account balance: This is just another phrase for your trading bankroll. Usable margin: This is the money in your account that is available to open new positions. Margin call: You get this when the amount of money in your account cannot cover your possible loss.
It happens when your equity falls below your used margin.
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Forex Leverage For example, to control a $, position, your broker will set aside $1, from your account. Your leverage, which is expressed in ratios. Ways to Die is Spike's often hilarious minute anthology of people dying in spectacular, gruesome and often stupid ways. Names were changed to avoid. A South African forex trader, VMJ Forex, has passed away. The news of his death goes viral across the internet, and many traders pay tribute to him.