Introduction to leverage and margin

 

What is leveraged Forex trading? What is dynamic margin trading?

"Leveraged trading" refers to a trading model in which larger amounts are traded with a small amount of money. In layman's terms, it is a broker that lends credit lines to traders, giving them the opportunity to trade with more money and thus make greater potential gains.

ADSS uses dynamic leverage, with a maximum foreign exchange leverage of 500:1, meaning that under 500 times the leverage, 1 dollar can be used as 500 dollar. It is important to note that leveraged Forex trading has mixed pros and cons, with volatility in the trading market giving you considerable profits but also a significant risk of losses.

What leverage options does ADSS offer?

The leverage offered by different brokers varies, either depending on the amount of deposit or the leverage option slot sits on the basis of the need for manual adjustment of the trader. ADSS uses dynamic leverage, which means that the leverage will automatically adjust according to the open position. The number of positions is unlimited, as long as there is sufficient funds, how many positions open is no problem. It is important to note that the higher the leverage, the greater the risk tolerance required on brokers and traders. In the face of extreme market volatility, brokers can choose to reduce leverage over a period of time.

How do I view the dynamic margin of a products?

Click here to view the dynamic margin and leverage information required for each Forex, Precious Metals and CFD trade. We may adjust margin and leverage information at any time in response to changes in market conditions, so please pay more attention to our latest news.

Why does ADSS adjust leverage and margin requirements?

We will increase or decrease the margin requirements of certain symbols in light of changes in market conditions, our own risk control needs or the trader's risk profile. Please pay attention to the latest news on our official website and email notifications sent by us, keep abreast of margin requirements, and keep an eye on changes in your position and margin to avoid being forced to close positions due to margin adjustments resulting in insufficient margin.