CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in losses that exceed deposits. You do not own or have any interest in the underlying asset. Please consider the Margin Trading Product Disclosure Statement ( PDS ) before entering into any CFD transaction with us. The value of shares and ETFs bought through an IG share trading account can fall as well as rise, which could mean getting back less than you originally put in. Please ensure you fully understand the risks and take care to manage your exposure. IG does not issues advice, recommendations or opinion in relation to acquiring, holding or disposing of our products. IG is not a financial advisor and all services are provided on an execution only basis. This website is owned and operated by IG Markets Limited. ABN 84 099 019 851, AFSL 220440. Derivatives issuer licence in New Zealand, FSP No. 18923 The information on this site is not directed at residents of the United States or any particular country outside Australia or New Zealand and is not intended for distribution to, or use by, any person in any country or jurisdiction where such distribution or use would be contrary to local law or ntinue reading>

CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in losses that exceed deposits. You do not own or have any interest in the underlying asset. Please consider the Margin Trading Product Disclosure Statement ( PDS ) before entering into any CFD transaction with us. The value of shares and ETFs bought through an IG share trading account can fall as well as rise, which could mean getting back less than you originally put in. Please ensure you fully understand the risks and take care to manage your exposure. IG does not issues advice, recommendations or opinion in relation to acquiring, holding or disposing of our products. IG is not a financial advisor and all services are provided on an execution only basis. This website is owned and operated by IG Markets Limited. ABN 84 099 019 851, AFSL 220440. Derivatives issuer licence in New Zealand, FSP No. 18923 The information on this site is not directed at residents of the United States or any particular country outside Australia or New Zealand and is not intended for distribution to, or use by, any person in any country or jurisdiction where such distribution or use would be contrary to local law or ntinue reading

Im wondering how you can calculate pips for Bitcoin and other currencies. For the ones denominated in Bitcoin eg Dash or Litecoin or whatever I guess its relatively easy. But how do you calculate for currency pairs such as BTC/USD? Would you do it in terms of the base currency eg for what 1 USD buys in Bitcoins? Im getting a bit lost here! Any ideas? i would like to know this too, been watching ICT wusp. and i want to make monthly plan for this. anyone can help? That is one really interesting question actually. I did some reading and testing (Demo accounts with 2 different brokers) and came up with the following conclusion: trading Bitcoin (BTCUSD) is similar to trading Gold (XAUUSD). Thus Bitcoin has no fixed value per pip (or at least I couldnt find info about that), e.g. it depends on how much BTC units are in 1.00 lot. Lets say (I am almost 100% sure) the pip by Bitcoin is 0000.01. So if there are 10 BTC-units in 1.00 lot then 1 pip is 0.10 USD. If there are 100 BTC-Units in 1.00 lot then 1 pip is 1 USD. I dont know for sure, but if you use the MT4 pip measurement tool for example on EURUSD if the tool is showing 1003 (on a 5 digit broker) that is a 100 pip move (100.3) on EURUSD, and so if you were trading with 1 standard lot ($10 a pip) you would have $1000 in profit. On BTCUSD a 100 pip move with the same calculation as above will appear on the MT4 measurement tool as 100300 (100.300 pips) and so that would be a 100 pip move or $1000 when using 1 standard lot… unless I am mistaken. I dont know for sure, but if you use the MT4 pip measurement tool for example on EURUSD if the tool is showing 1003 (on a 5 digit broker) that is a 100 pip move (100.3) on EURUSD, and so if you were trading with 1 standard lot ($10 a pip) you would have $1000 in profit. On BTCUSContinue reading>

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After earning the title of the worst investment of the year 2014 , Bitcoin Trading may not need any further introduction when it comes to potential risks and losses. However at the same time, the market has been a haven for disciplined day traders that normally end up earning a greater returns within a shorter period of time. One of the most attractive things about Bitcoin trading is the ability to use leverage. It gives traders an option to trade larger amounts even with small capital. In this context, the Bitcoin trading sector functions much like its experienced counterpart, the forex trading sector that also offers similar options to its traders. For instance, a 50:1 forex leverage represents the ability of trader to place trades 50 times more than their actual capital. Similarly in, Bitcoin trading market, liquidity providers lets users open leveraged positions by providing their funds. These leverage ratios however are much lesser than those of forex, because of Bitcoins sustained high volatility. The maximum leverage we personally have came across is 50:1, provided by the Bitcoin exchange 796 and AvaTrade. While it is true that high leverage yields high returns, the same is applicable in the case of losses as well. For instance, if you hold the capital worth $1 and borrow $50 leverage to trade on the Bitcoin market, with 1 pip being 1/100 of a penny, then a move towards favorable upside price direction, say for 100 pips, would yield the profit of $1, or 0.1 percent. So if you would trade, say a larger amount like $50,000 on your original capital $1,000, you would end up making a whopping $5,000 return. But in case the price action ditches your predictability, the loss would be as much as the profit. So a leveraged trade worth $50,000, decreased by 100 pips, woulContinue reading>

What is a pip and what does it represent? By Matt Lee Updated March 22, 2018 2:57 PM EDT A pip , short for point in percentage, is a very small measure of change in a currency pair in the forex market. It can be measured in terms of the quote or in terms of the underlying currency. A pip is a standardized unit and is the smallest amount by which a currency quote can change. It is usually $0.0001 for U.S.-dollar related currency pairs, which is more commonly referred to as 1/100th of 1%, or one basis point . This standardized size helps to protect investors from huge losses. For example, if a pip was 10 basis points, a one-pip change would cause greater volatility in currency values. [Pips are the most fundamental unit of measure used when trading currencies, but you need to know much more to become a success forex day trader. Investopedias Become a Day Trader Course provides an in-depth look at the skills that you need to succeed as a day trader with over five hours of on-demand video.] Assume that we have a USD/EUR direct quote of 0.7747. What this quote means is that for US$1, you can buy about 0.7747 euros. If there was a one-pip increase in this quote (to 0.7748), the value of the U.S. dollar would rise relative to the euro , as US$1 would allow you to buy slightly more euros. The effect that a one-pip change has on the dollar amount, or pip value, depends on the amount of euros purchased. If an investor buys 10,000 euros with U.S. dollars, the price paid will be US$12,908.22 ([1/0.7747] x 10,000). If the exchange rate for this pair experiences a one-pip increase, the price paid would be $12,906.56 ([1/0.7748] x 10,000). In that case, the pip value on a lot of 10,000 euros will be US$1.66 ($12,908.22 – $12,906.56). If, on the other hand, the same investor purchaContinue reading>

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Posted on: 21 April 2015 , by: Pepperstone Support , category: About Trading Pepperstone quotes currency pairs by 5, 3 and 2 decimal places also known as fractional pips or pipettes. On a 5 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.00010 On a 3 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.010 On a 2 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.10 For example: If GBP/USD moves from 1.51542 to 1.51552, that .00010 USD move higher is one pip. When trading FX and other symbols there are some easy rules to calculate the pip-value of the trade so you can work out your potential gains and losses quickly. When trading a spot instrument the pip value will always be in the second quoted symbol in the currency pair so for EURAUD/USD, this means the pip value will be based in U.S. Dollars. This also applies to commodity pairs such as Gold (XAU/USD) where the pip value will be based in USD. For Indices, the point value will be based in the currency of the country that hosts that stock index; for instance, GER30 is traded in Europe which means that the point value is given in EUR (Euro); US500 is traded in the US, so the point value will be in US Dollars. A list of all traded symbols and their pip values is shown below. The pip scales in direct proportion to the trade size so a 2 lot trade will have twice the value per pip as a 1 lot ntinue reading>

No fuss, no mess, calculate those Bitcoin trading profits! …or losses 🙁 easy Bitcoin Trading Calculator is now available as an Android App! Includes all the features of this site wrapped up in an easy to use app. Profit Threshold calculates the point at which your trade will begin to make a profit after trading fees have been taken into consideration. If you have bought bitcoins (going long) the threshold will be the point that selling all your bitcoins will give you a profit in fiat (USD). If you have sold bitcoins (shorting) the threshold will be the point where buying bitcoins will give you more bitcoins then you started the trade with. Profits or Losses calculates the amount of profit or loss the pair of trades will make you. It gives you a fiat figure (USD) if you are going long and a bitcoin figure if you are shorting. USD ($) is only used for illustration, obviously the calculator will work with any currency just be consistant with what you enter. Please note that the easy Bitcoin Trading Calculator is to be used for guidance only. It is only accurate to 8 significant ntinue reading>

Trading 1 lot of EUR/USD with an account denominated in EUR One pip in decimals = 0.0001, Trade Size = 100,000, Exchange Rate = 1.13798 0.0001 * 100,000 = 10 =>

10 / 1.13798 = 8.78750 For metals, you calculate tick value instead of pip value, and the Pip Calculator works as follows: Tick Value = Tick in decimals (0.01) * Number of Oz Trading 1 lot (100 Oz) of GOLD with an account denominated in USD The FxPro Pip Calculator is also available for mobile devices as part of the FxPro Tools app. Download the app today, on iOS and Android, to have access to all the trading calculators you need, whenever and wherever you need them. Contracts for Difference (CFDs) are complex financial products that are traded on margin. Trading CFDs carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, CFDs may not be suitable for all investors because you may lose all your invested capital. You should not risk more than you are prepared to lose. Before deciding to trade, you need to ensure that you understand the risks involved taking into account your investment objectives and level of experience. Past performance of CFDs is not a reliable indicator of future results. Most CFDs have no set maturity date. Hence, a CFD position matures on the date you choose to close an existing open position. Seek independent advice, if necessary. Please read FxPros full Risk Disclosure Notice . Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and Spread Bets are complex financial product that are traded on margin. Trading CFDs and Spread Bets carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, CFDs and Spread Bets may not be suitable for all investors because you may lose all your invested capital. You should not riskContinue reading>

How to calculate the bitcoin lot size per pip? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Dear friends,articipate in our Best Answers Contest! Prize fund is 5000$ (fully withdrawable). Biggest payout to a forumer for posts in February was 553.40$ How to calculate the bitcoin lot size per pip? Hello mates in the house, do you know how to calculate the lot size of a bitcoin per a standard pip value as this is unclear to me. Thanks mansawy (11-18-2017), Mkape (11-03-2017), Star_amin (10-05-2017) Simply open a demo trading account, place a trade and see how much pips are granted as spread. Or you can open trading order panel and calculate difference of red and blue bar. Simple!! fembizz (10-06-2017), Mkape (11-03-2017), Unregistered(1) Simply open a demo trading account, place a trade and see how much pips are granted as spread. Or you can open trading order panel and calculate difference of red and blue bar. Simple!! Thank you for the concern and response about the question I asked but however, it seems you didnt get my question right. I didnt mean the spread value as of course I know that to be 2000 which is simply 20 units of the value the trade volume chosen it the truth is that when the trade is triggered and activated then the volume is not corresponded the lot size value. E.g a trade with profit of $5 may appear just $1.2 at the net profit tab when no other trade is on. I hope you understand me better now. Hello mates in the house, do you know how to calculate the lot size of a bitcoin per a standard pip value as this is unclear to me. Thanks AContinue reading>

Market Insights Forex Forex Trading Tips How Is The Value Of A PiP Determined? To understand how much can be made on a given trade, a trader needs to calculate how much a pip will be worth for a given currency pair. Calculating the final value that a change in pips will be worth depends on the size of currency lots being traded. Currencies are customarily traded in standard lots, mini lots and micro lots. Standard lots are the largest trading blocs, measured in 100,000 units of a given currency. A standard lot of British pounds , for example, would be 100,000. A mini-lot is equal to 10,000 units of a currency, so one mini-lot of euros would be 10,000. A micro lot is equal to 1,000 units of a currency, so one micro-lot of USD would be US$1,000. To calculate the value of the individual pip, divide one pip (or 0.0001) by the exchange rate in effect. In the example of the currency pair USD/CHF, if the exchange rate is 1.0451 francs per dollar, then the value of one pip is 0.0001/1.0451 = 0.000095684. The dollar value of the trade can then be determined by multiplying the value of one pip times the lot size traded. Here are some examples of the different lot sizes: If it is a standard lot of 100,000, then the value of a movement of one pip will result in an amount of 0.000095684 x 100,000 = US$9.57 For a mini lot of 10,000, the value of the movement of on pip will result in an amount of 0.000095684 x 10,000 = US$0.96 For a micro lot of 1,000, the value of the movement of one pip will result in an amount of 0.000095684 x 1,000 = US$0.09 Trading in the Japanese currency, the yen , will be slightly different, as the pip for the yen is quoted to two decimal points rather than four. For the currency pair USD/JPY, if the exchange rate is 65.00 yen per dollar, then the value of onContinue reading>

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD`s carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading. Additionally, please be advised to study our Key Information Documents in order to understand the nature, risks, costs, potential gains and losses of products offered by us. Get access to the worlds financial markets and trade the most popular instruments on competitive terms Leverage the ratio of positions notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:500 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 200 EUR margin). Minimum Spread the lowest value of the floating spread, expressed in pips. Pip for Forex instruments quoted to the 5th place following the decimal point (e.g. GBPUSD 1.32451), 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 0.00010; for Forex instruments quoted to the 3rd place following the decimal point (e.g. USDJPY 101.522), 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 0.010. For spot metals 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 0.01. For indices and cryptocurrencies 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 1.0. For other instruments 1 pip is equal to Tick Size. Typical Spread the typical value of the floating spread in normal market conditions (for cash indices the typical value of the spread during trading hours of underlying stock index), expressed in pips. Pip for Forex instruments quoted to the 5th place following the decimal point (e.g. GBPUSD 1.32451), 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 0.00010; for Forex instruments quoted to the 3rd place following the decimal point (e.g. USDJPY 101.522), 1 pip is equal to a price increment of 0.010. FContinue reading>

Legal: Rexor Investments Ltd is incorporated in Belize, City, Belize, Central America as an International Broker Company with the registration number 163, 479. The objects of the Company are all subject matters not forbidden by International Business Companies Act, in particular but not exclusively all commercial, financial, lending, borrowing, trading, service activities and the participation in other enterprises as well as to provide brokerage, training and managed account services in currencies, commodities, indexes, CFDs and leveraged financial instruments. The website is operated by Rexor Investments Limited. Risk Warning: Trading leveraged products such as Forex and CFDs may not be suitable for all investors as they carry a high degree of risk to your capital. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved, taking into account your investments objectives and level of experience, before trading, and if necessary seek independent advice. Please read the full Risk Disclosure. Copyright 2017 by Rexor Investments – All Rights Resreved Cookies are being used on our website. Please read out Cookies Policy. CloseContinue reading>

Calculating 1 pip value for different currency pairs Calculating 1 pip value for different currency pairs Beginner Elementary Intermediate Experienced So, if you as in last example open a long trade with one standard lot on EUR/USD, you will be buying 100,000 units. In this case your profit will be not 0.00009478 USD for 1 pip the price goes in your favor, but 0.00009478 USD *(multiplied) 100,000 which is approximately 9.4787 USD. You may also open trade with mini (10,000), or even micro (1,000) lots. In this case, your profits will be something like 0.94786 USD and 0.09478 USD per 1 pip accordingly. You should remember that the US Dollar is a quote currency in many pairs (EUR/USD, GBP/USD etc.). It means that the exchange rate of the quote currency to USD equals to 1. For such pairs one pip will always cost $10 when we trade a 100000-unit contract (1 standard lot): 100000 * 0.0001 / 1 = $10 (pip value for EUR/USD) For the pairs where the US Dollar is a base currency (USD/CHF, USD/CAD), pip value depends on the exchange rate: 100000 * 0.0001 / 1.0195 = $9.8 (pip value for USD/CHF) For the pairs that include the Japanese yen the pip value is calculated as follows: 100000 * 0.01 / 120.65 = $8,28 (pip value for USD/JPY)Continue reading>

eToro (Europe) Ltd., a Financial Services Company authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities Exchange Commission (CySEC) under the license 109/10. eToro (UK) Ltd, a Financial Services Company authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the license FRN 583263. Past performance is not an indication of future results. General Risk Disclosure Terms & Conditions CFDs are leveraged products and are considered to be speculative and complex products. Trading in CFDs related to foreign exchange, commodities,indices and other underlying variables, carries a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all of your investment. They are difficult to understand and are appropriate only for experienced investors. You should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should seek advice from an independent and suitably licensed financial advisor and ensure that you have the risk appetite, relevant experience and knowledge before you decide to trade. Under no circumstances shall eToro have any liability to any person or entity for (a) any loss or damage in whole or part caused by, resulting from, or relating to any transactions related to CFDs or (b) any direct, indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages whatsoever. Cryptocurrencies markets are unregulated services which are not governed by any specific European regulatory framework (including MiFID). Therefore when using our Cryptocurrencies Trading Service you will not benefit from the protections available to clients receiving MiFID regulated investment services, such as access to the Cyprus Investor Compensation Fund (ICF)/the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and the Financial Ombudsman Service for dispute resolution. Trading with eToro by following and/orContinue reading>

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