Ng Ke NingForex Trader | Introducer Broker
In the end, successful trading is all about risk control. Try to get your trade in the correct direction right out of the gate. Evaluate your trading system, make adjustments, and try again. #CK冠军团队 #WeAreCK #BelieveInWhatYouDo #NoExcuses #LifeIsFantastic #BRtotheN
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Ng Ke Ning on Risk controlForex Trader | Introducer BrokerSome time ago
How to control your account risk The number of dollars you have at risk should represent only a small portion of your total funds. Typically, the amount you risk should be below 2% of your account balance, and ideally below 1%. For example, let’s say a forex trader places a 10-pip stop-loss order and trades 1 mini lot, which results in a risk of $10 for the trade if he/she trades $0.1 per lot. If risking 1%, that means they have risked 1/100 of their account. Therefore, how big should their account be if they are willing to risk $10 on a trade? You would calculate this as $10 x 100 = $1,000. To risk $10 on the trade, the trader should have at least $1,000 in their account to keep the risk to the account at a minimum. This is the way to keep your account ALIVE.
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