I've read and read and read and fail to fully understand this, thus i've opened an account to try and test things out and fail to understand too. What's the difference between buying a volume size of 0.
I have purchased 0. The only difference I suspect is the free margin and margin level? So am i right to say that for a micro account, with a volume of 0. You'll 'make it' in this business!!! I'll try to help you as best I can but what you're saying about the difference between the micro and standard account is not making sense to me or you hence your post I guess. Put it this way and this is not 'broker specific' and I believe to be 'the norm' insofar as the description of lot sizes is concerned and I'm using any pair???
The problem comes in where some brokers will 'mix things up' or some traders for that matter insofar as the descriptions go. Put it this way: What you need to be sure of is that with whatever account type you have: And just bear in mind: The only difference that leverage makes is how much of your trading capital is 'tied up' in a trade.
As far as your capital is concerned I'd say to you like this: If this is possibe: The point is that the longer the timeframe the greater the distance normally between your entry and stop loss.
Difference between trading volume of 0. Any help here would be wonderful, thanks people for helping a newbie like me: Generally there is no difference at the 1 lot, 0. The difference is with the micro account you can trade 0.More...