Terminology

Margin
Many novice investors are wondering what the Forex margin is. The concept of margin in the foreign exchange market is used in a slightly different meaning than in the economy as a whole. Margin is a trader’s deposit, a kind of pledge that he leaves the Forex company, taking part in a margin transaction. The principle of exchange trading is that ...
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Margin requirement
In the process of investing in Forex, the question may arise, what is the margin requirement? This term means the requirement from the Forex company to the investor to make the minimum deposit required for transactions in the OTC market. This tool was introduced to prevent the accumulation of debts by traders. With the leverage of 1:50, the margin ...
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Take Profit and Stop Loss
Managing your portfolio of securities is quite difficult - it is important to manage to buy or sell stocks and bonds at a reasonable price on time to benefit from the transaction. Manually it’s not always possible to complete a transaction at the right time. Therefore, two useful functions were created - «levers of management» of their portfoli...
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Leverage
Leverage is borrowing money to increase the profit from transactions. The use of leverage allows a trader to close expensive positions with borrowed money and enter new levels of the transaction. When trading over the leverage, the trader gets increased opportunities for profitable closing of the transaction, but the losses will be proportional to ...
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Margin
What is margin? This is the amount of funds deposited by the client when implementing a transaction on the Forex market to purchase a currency. It is determined by offers individually and is expressed as a percentage or using a fraction. Margin can be 20% or 1/5 of the total amount of the currency purchase transaction. To understand what margin...
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Ask
Ask is the big price in the quote. The price at which a Client can buy an instrument in the OTC Forex market....
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Bid
Bid is the lower price in the quote. The price at which the Client can sell the instrument in the OTC Forex market....
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