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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…

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…

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…

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…

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