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Margins calls often occur due to overleveraging. Using more leverage can magnify your gains, but it can also magnify losses which will quickly deplete your usable margin. The more leverage you use, the faster your losses can accumulate.   The…

Slippage is a factor when trading any financial market. Slippage occurs when the market gaps over prices or because available liquidity at a given price has been exhausted. Market gaps normally occur during fast moving markets when a price can…

When you use excessive leverage, a few losing trades can quickly offset many winning trades. To clearly see how this can happen, consider the following example. Scenario: Trader A buys 50 lots of USD/JPY while Trader B buys 5 lots of…

FXCM offers several account types to meet your trading needs including mobile trading, automated trading, or Mac-compatible platforms. You can compare the features of our platforms at the Forex Trading Platform Comparison Page. The most popular platform is the award-winning Trading…

If the requested price of a stop or stop entry order is reached at the open of the market on Sunday, the order will be filled at the next available price and may experience negative slippage depending on the change…

The word “PIP” stands for Percentage in Point. In forex, a pip is what you would consider a “point” for calculating profits and losses. On Trading Station, you can see the value of a pip for each of your trades when entering…

Trading on Margin (Trading with Leverage) is a common attraction of the Forex market. It allows you to open trades that are larger than the capital in your account. Example In the example above, $1,000,000 have been purchased through a long…

At the top of your trading platform click on the Report button to view your Combined Account Statement. On the statement the “Condition column indicates the order type that closed the trade. The “Created By” column indicates where the order…

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