Trading calculator (also referred to as leverage calculator, leverage trading calculator) is a versatile tool, which may prove useful to both beginners and professionals of financial markets. Using the Trading calculator, traders have an opportunity to make online calculations of transaction parameters, choose more efficient trading strategies before opening positions. This calculator allows you to make the best possible decisions using the initial data on the transaction. To use the trade calculator, enter the available parameters and click "Calculate".
To use the Trading calculator, one has to enter the following initial data for a transaction:
Despite the fact that working with the trading calculator is extremely simple, beginner traders, who haven’t sifted the trading on the financial markets to the bottom, may require explanation of the calculation data they get from the Trading calculator. The information below will help you decipher and analyze the data received from the calculator (spread, pips, margin, swaps) based on the selected trading instruments.
<One Point Value> = <Contract> * (<Price> + <One Point>) - <Contract> * <Price>
One Point Value is a cost of one point in the quoted currency.
Contract is a contract size in the instrument base currency.
Price is the currency pair price.
One Point is the price step (one point).
<Margin> = <Contract Size> / <Leverage>
Contract Size is a transaction volume in the base currency of the chosen trading instrument.
Leverage is the leverage value.
The Trading calculator is a tool for informing traders about probable parameters of their future transactions and expenses required to maintain their positions. The data obtained in the leverage trading calculator can not be considered as a suggestion or recommendation to invest funds or an incentive for making transactions.