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The ask price is the price at which a trader will buy the base currency in exchange for the counter currency The bid price is the price at which a trader will sell the base currency in exchange for the counter currency The bid price is always lower than the ask price Figure 1-10 shows how the bid and ask prices equal the spread
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The spread is the difference between the bid price and the ask price Figure 1-11 shows how the spread is calculated The spread is the compensation a broker receives for every
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Spread
Calculating the Spread EURUSD 15545/15547 Bid Ask Spread 15545 15547 0002 2 pip
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Spread
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transaction an investor places Spreads are usually fairly tight for the major currency pairs, but they can be considerably higher for cross currency pairs This is one reason we do not recommend trading cross currency pairs except in a long-term position trade; the costs may be too high to make it consistently pro table
Understanding Leverage
Leverage is the factor that makes forex trading both high-risk and high-reward You put up only a portion of the amount traded and then can trade up to 200 times the value of your account With leverage, the total value of your account can increase faster and also can be wiped out much faster Start slowly with leverage and then move up your ratios slowly as you gain experience We will talk about this concept in the section on money management A limited number of brokers also offer leverage of up to 400 times the value of an account We do not recommend ever using that much leverage You do not want to risk more than the value of your account; for the most part there are no margin calls, and the broker will close out all your positions to avoid incurring a debit balance You can lose your entire account very quickly if it is highly leveraged Although some dealers and forex brokers give their clients assurances that they cannot lose more money than they have in the account, if there is a cataclysmic event, those assurances may not hold up It is crucial that you understand risk and follow the rules necessary to limit your downside risk Many errors in forex are due to failure to follow the established rules
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When your account has leverage, the total dollar value of the currency you control is much larger than the value of your account For example, if you have an account that is leveraged 200:1, a $1,000 balance controls $200,000 worth of currency Your account is worth 1/200, or one-half of a percent, of the contract you control That means that if the underlying currency moves by 05 percent and you are on the wrong side of the move, your account value will go down to zero Conversely, if you are on the right side of the move and the currency moves to the same degree, your account value will double It is a double-edged sword If your account value falls to zero, the broker or dealer will try to close out your position to avoid a debit balance In other nancial markets the practice has been for the broker to make a call to the customer to see if the customer would like to put up extra margin to stay in his or her position, hoping that things will turn around Our philosophy on margins calls is never answer a margin call, and with most forex brokers you don t have a choice They try to close your position out for you before the account goes into debit If they do not close it out in time, however, you will incur the debt
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