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Follow all the latest economic information with the Prime Market event calendar. Get relevant news covering every indicator accompanied with clear explanations, data on upcoming announcements for the USA, Great Britain, Japan and other developed countries, an indication of expected volatility and much more. The economic calendar is an indispensable tool for every trader. You can customize the Prime Market news and events calendar to your own preferences by filtering the parameters that you are most interested in.
FOREX MARGIN CALCULATOR
With the Margin Calculator you can calculate exactly how much margin is required in order to guarantee a position that you would like to open. Doing so helps you determine whether you should reduce the lot size you are trading, or adjust the leverage you are using, taking into account your account balance. Select your trading instrument, your trade size, leverage and account currency, and click ‘Calculate’. Our Margin Calculator will do the rest. For forex, the margin calculation works as follows: Required Margin = Trade Size / Leverage * account currency exchange rate (if different from the base currency of the pair traded). Example: Trading 3 lots of EUR/USD using 1:400 leverage with an account denominated in USD. Trade size: 300,000 Account currency exchange rate: 1.13798 Required Margin: 300,000 / 100 * 1.13798 = $3413.94 For metals, the margin calculation works as follows: Required Margin = Trade Size (0z) / Leverage * Market Price Example: Trading 1 lot (100 Oz) of GOLD using 1:400 leverage with an account denominated in USD. Trade size = 100 Oz Market price = 1235.90 Required Margin: 100 / 100 * 1235.90 = $1235.90
Trading charts are commonly used to trade in the Forex market. The charts give investors the opportunity to analyze market trends and determine the best entry and exit points for their trades. By using technical chart analysis traders are able to study past and present market behavior for a given asset and based on the analysis come up with an educated decision on what trades to place and when. You can use the charts below for your technical analysis trading.