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Computation:

Example

Pip Value = 1 pip * Exchange rate ( secondary currency/ account currency) * lot of

Example:

Trading 1 pip EUR/USD Leverage with an account denominated in GBP
One pip = 0.0001
Exchange rate (USD/GBP) = 0.6548
1 lot = 100 000
Pip Value = 0.0001 * 0.6548 * 100000 = 6.548
Each pip costs of £6.55

Margin Required = lot size/ Leverage * Exchange rate ( base currency / account currency)

Example:

Trading 1 lot of EUR/USD using 1:2000 Leverage Leverage with an account denominated in GBP.
1 lot = 100 000
Exchange rate (EUR/GBP) = 0.7369
Leverage = 200
Margin Required = 100000 / 200 * 0.7369 = 368.45
Margin Required is £368.45

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Foreign exchange is highly speculative and complex in nature, and may not be suitable for all investors. Forex trading may result in a substantial gain or loss. Therefore, it is not advisable to invest money you cannot afford to lose. Before using the services offered by ForexMart, please acknowledge the risks associated with forex trading. Seek independent financial advice if necessary. Please note that neither past performance nor forecasts are reliable indicators of future results.
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