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so this is how leverage margin works in Bitcoin (forex broker). 1 unit is 100,000 so if you use leverage of 100:1 to short or go long in any crypto you just need Less money to execute the trade but leverage is dangerous

so this is how leverage margin works in Bitcoin (forex broker). 1 unit is 100,000 so if you use leverage of 100:1 to short or go long in any crypto you just need Less money to execute the trade but leverage is dangerous submitted by srinivasanistrading to WallStreetBetsCrypto [link] [comments]

How does Leverage work in the Forex Market?

Leverage is the use of borrowed money (called capital) to invest in a currency, stock, or security. The concept of leverage is very common in forex trading. By borrowing money from a broker, investors can trade larger positions in a currency. As a result, leverage magnifies the returns from favorable movements in a currency's exchange rate. However, leverage is a double-edged sword, meaning it can also magnify losses. It's important that forex traders learn how to manage leverage and employ risk management strategies to mitigate forex losses.
Growing capital is the right place to start when learning how to handle leverage effectively because Many traders have heard the term “leverage” used frequently enough, but few actually understand what it implies. Experts at forex platforms like Growing Capital, UK will make things easy for you!
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What Is Leverage In Forex & How Does It Work?

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How Does Leverage Work in Forex Trading?

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I’m new to crypto but I’ve done stocks and forex before but don’t fully understand how profit/loss works in crypto as there’s no leverage that I can see, I’ve bought a small share of AMP only 337 at 0.05 currently worth around £27 if for example AMP reached £1 what would the profit or % increase be

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How to leverage the Great Resignation for better pay in PH programming work?

I currently work in mid-level administration/programming for a state agency and with inflation/union raise I'm making 6% less. I'm already underpaid and want to shift jobs to earn more while still staying fully remote.
I keep hearing it's the best time for job seekers and I've been scouring linked in and indeed but still it looks like if you're not in epi/biostatistics there's not much out there apart from upper mgmt roles(no thank you) or sorely underpaid CHW/pt nav work. I see consulting but from what I've heard it sounds stressful and consuming.
Is there something I'm missing /didn't consider?
I know PH is definitely in dire need of employees, even at the state agency I work at (don't want more low pay so not bothering) so I know it's not just like the labor market is wide open only for other sectors.
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How Much Leverage Is Right for You in Forex Trades?

Knowing how to trade foreign currencies needs detailed knowledge of the economies and political situations of individual countries, global macroeconomics, and the impact of volatility on exact markets.
But the truth is, it isn’t usually economics or international finance that trip up first-time forex traders. Instead, a fundamental lack of leveraging knowledge is often at the root of trading losses.
Choosing the right forex leverage level depends on a trader’s experience, risk tolerance, and comfort when operating in the global currency markets. Like Experienced Growing Capital offers better investment opportunities.
New traders should familiarize themselves with the terminology and remain conservative as they learn how to trade and build experience. Using trailing stops, keeping positions small, and limiting the amount of capital for each position is an excellent start to understanding the proper way to operate leverage.
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Forex.com users how do you change your leverage or any tips on the matter

I have a 100$ account and increased the leverage to 20:1, I do not know when they will approve it or when it will take effect but any tips?
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What Is Leverage and How to Use It in Forex Trading?

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Advice/Recommendations: I recently began working for a B4 company and completed my PhD while on probation. Can I leverage this for an increase/promotion?

Hi all. I recently started (4 months in) working for a b4 company (Advisory) and completed my Ph.D during my tenure there. My Ph.D. research is somewhat relevant to developing projects at the firm. I was wondering if I could leverage this attainment when I graduate during my probationary review to negotiate a higher salary. What are your thoughts on this? I have ~4 yrs exp. at a large regional business company, and 2 yrs in academics (researcher).
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Hi, how does cross futures works? This trader is up 451.95% on 9.5x leverage even though ETH only took 5% pump.

Hi, how does cross futures works? This trader is up 451.95% on 9.5x leverage even though ETH only took 5% pump. submitted by edp66769 to binance [link] [comments]

What is Forex Trading and How Does it Works?

1. What is Forex?

Forex is a market that is used to trade currencies. This is one of the most popular markets and is constantly growing, which is why it is one of the most profitable markets. It is also used to trade commodities and other assets. The main reason why so many people trade in this market is because it is open 24 hours a day, which means there is always a chance to make a profit. Forex trading is not as easy as it looks and it takes a lot of skill and knowledge to trade in this market. It is also important to understand the risks that come with this market before you start trading.

2. Benefits of Forex

Forex trading is a market that is based on the exchange of currencies. It is a venue where investors can buy and sell currencies to take advantage of market conditions. It is a great way to make money and is a popular form of trading for many individuals. It is often said that Forex trading is not for the faint of heart. The Forex market is a highly volatile market, and it is easy to lose money quickly. However, Forex trading is a great way to make a lot of money if you are able to stay the course.
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By the end of this course, you will understand the History of Money and understand the Structure of the FOREX Market. You will know all FOREX terminology like Bid, Ask, Spread, Pips, Points, Lots, Short Selling, Leverage and Much More!
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It's All Greek To Me: An Introduction to Options, How They Work, And The Power of Leverage

It's All Greek To Me: An Introduction to Options, How They Work, And The Power of Leverage
Hi everyone, bob here.

This post is about OPTIONS

I removed much of the fluff from the original post and some portions that I feel do not apply, and/or are not relevant to this educational series here so we can get right down to it. No need to plead for folks to just read before judging the post here. This is the Friends with Financial Benefits ThinkTank after all. Please leave any questions, requests for more information, or comments and I'll do my best to respond. And remember we're all friends here, this is an educational series.
Warning: if you know about options, I'm wasting your time with this post. Please feel free to read anyway and help me fix anything I don't communicate properly. This is intended to be a very basic introduction to options, with some more education to follow in future posts.

Options and How They Work

First, what the fuck are options anyway?
Options are financial derivatives that give buyers the right, but not the obligation to buy or sell an underlying asset at an agreed upon price and date. [1]

There are two different types of options:

  • Call Options
    • These options give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy 100 shares of GME at the strike price from now until the expiration date.
    • These options give the seller the obligation to sell 100 shares of GME at the strike price by the expiration date. (if exercised/assigned)
  • Put Options
    • These options give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to sell 100 shares of GME at the strike price from not until the expiration date.
    • These options give the seller the obligation to buy 100 shares of GME at the strike price by the expiration date. (if exercised/assigned)

Some Key Terms and lingo:

  • Strike Price
    • This is the agreed price from the description above. If I buy a call with a 420 strike for January 21, 2022, I am buying the right, but not the obligation, to buy 100 shares of GME for $420 on or before that date, which is the...
  • Expiration Date
    • This is the date that your contract expires.
  • Bid
    • This is the market price people algorithms are willing to buy the options contract for.
  • Ask
    • This is the market price people algorithms are willing to sell the options contract for.
  • At The Money (ATM) or Near The Money (NTM)
    • An option is ATM when the strike price is at (A) or very close to (N) the underlying stock price (The Money, or TM)
  • In The Money (ITM)
    • An option is ITM when the strike price is:
      • Call: Below the underlying stock price
      • Put: Above the underling stock price
  • Out of The Money (OTM)
    • An option is OTM when the strike price is:
      • Call: Above the underlying stock price
      • Put: Below the underlying stock price
Here's a graphic:
  • Extrinsic Value
    • Extrinsic value is the difference between the market price of an option, also knowns as its premium, and its intrinsic price, which is the difference between an option's strike price and the underlying asset's price.
    • This rises with market volatility
  • Intrinsic Value
    • Intrinsic value is the value any given option would have if it were exercised today. Basically, the intrinsic value is the amount by which the strike price of an option is profitable or in the money as compared to the stock's price in the market.

The Major Greeks

mmm delicious greeks...
There are minor greeks for options trading, but let's just start with the major ones that are critical to understand if you want to trade options. They are:
  • Delta
    • This is the measure of change in an option's price, relative to the change in the underlying stock. For example, if you have an option with .8 delta, and the price moves up $1, your option value will gain 80 cents per share. (we'll omit the fluid changes in delta when the underlying price changes here for simplicity's sake.) Also, Delta is often used as a probability indicator for the option being in the money at the expiration date. .8 delta would be an estimated 80% chance of being ITM at expiration.
    • At The Money (ATM) Options are usually carrying a delta of .5, while In The Money (ITM) options are higher than .5 deltas and Out of The Money (OTM) options are having deltas of less than .5
  • Gamma
    • This is the rate of change to the delta over time. Gamma values tend to be higher for ATM options and lower for deep ITM and OTM options. This is a constant, and you can think of it as an indicator of how volatile the price/value of the option will move relative to each point of movement of the underlying stock.
    • For example, an option with a delta of .5 and a gamma of .8 will become an option with a delta of .58 after the price of the stock increases by 1 point. Conversely, if you have an option at the same strike with a delta of .5 and a gamma of .3, the delta will become .53 after the stock increases by 1 point... make sense?
  • Theta
    • This measures the rate of time decay on the value of the option in regards to its premium - or the price you pay for the right to buy the stock at the strike. This is always a negative number because it's how option writers make their money. As time passes, this is the rate that the option will automatically lose value. This is why you do not want to diamond hand options!!! What's more is, as the expiration date gets closer, the rate of decay (theta decay) increases, thereby accelerating the rate of the option losing value.
  • Vega
    • This measures the risk of changes in implied volatility. In ape, this is the estimation of future price action. Higher vega = higher risk of volatility, and you pay a higher premium for that option when you buy it. This is where IV crush comes form.
      • Vega can increase or decrease without price changes of the underlying asset, due to changes in implied volatility.
      • Vega can increase in reaction to quick moves in the underlying asset.
      • Vega falls as the option gets closer to expiration.

Why the fuck should I care about options?

Well, in a word, Leverage.

Buy And Hold Strategy and Returns

An example of the value of leverage by comparing a buy and hold stock run to an options investment.
I'm not going to update the share price and math because i'm fucking lazy. the methodology still applies...
Let's say for example, you want to own 100 more shares of GME. At close today, the price was $209.69.
Some quick math: $209.69 * 100 shares = $20,969.00 total to buy the shares outright.
Let's say the price runs to $250 by 11/26/2021.
Here's the breakdown of that price action on your investment

Per share Cost 20,969
Ending Value 25,000
Profit $ 4031
Profit % 19.22%

Buy 1 Option and hold until expiration

In this example, for simplicity's sake, we will pretend to buy an option At The Money (ATM) today and hold it until expiration, then sell for a profit. I know, I know, it's not the best strategy to hodl options until expiration, but bear with me here for the illustrative purpose of leverage and how it applies to options. Then we'll dig deeper into a couple real strategies that are easy AF to deploy in real life for amazing gains in cash and shares. At close today, the price was $209.69. not updating if its different because I like the number like I like the Stonk.
Here is our option contract we will be working with - str8 from the market
Call Options for 11/26/2021. ASK side of the trade was 10. Option was for the 210 strike, which is as close to ATM we could muster.
OK, so to buy this option, we simply multiply the purchase contract cost (let's go with the Ask of 10.00) by 100. So we spend a total of $1000 to buy this contract, which gives us leveraged exposure to 100 shares of GME! pretty sweet so far right? Here's where you mind will start to wrinkle. Buckle up.
  • Let's say the price runs to $250 by 11/26/2021, the expiration date.
  • This means, the underlying (in this case, GME stock) has changed by +19.22%, meaning:
  • (without even taking into account the effect of gamma on the delta during this price increase (which will snowball it in your favor), you have gained $12.3615 in contract value from the movement of the underlying (23.85 * .5183 or points & delta).
Let's see what that boils down to in terms of your profits on this investment.
Per Contract Cost Total 1,000
Ending Value 2236.15
Profit $ 1236.15
Profit % 123.62%

Holy shit! almost 123.69%??? Where Do I Sign Up?

Lets look a little closer first, and do a real comparison of dollar to dollar investment value, then we'll look at some strategies to manage risk with options. Do your own homework before jumping in, or you will get fuckin burned...

Cost to Benefit Comparison of Options (Short Term Play) to Buy and Hodl

Full disclosure, I do buy and hodl, and there's nothing wrong with doing that. This too is the way, but I also like to profit off all my hard work I and others have done to identify the price movers of $GME stock. Options are a great way of doing that, and an amazing way to put more pressure on the stock as well (in a nice upward fashion). So here's a quick look at our previous trading examples side by side and apples for apples.
Equal capital investment Option 11/26/2021 vs buy and hodl with a $50 (roughly) price improvement.
Also, please note that the initial investment is a little lower (by about $1k) in this example for the options route because that's the closest comparison my lazy ass feels like putting together today.
  • Each call option costs $10 *100 shares. gains exposure to 100 shares of the underlying.
  • 20000 worth of those options would be (20000/1000), or 20 contracts.
  • ending contract value is 22.3615*100, and we have 20 of them.
Buy and Hodl Simple Call Option
Total Invested 20,690 20,000
Ending Value 2,500 44,723
Profit $ 4,031 24,723
Profit % 19.22% 123.62%
To recap, with the same initial investment, during the same time period, with the same movement in the stock, you were able to earn about 6x more on your investment with options than you were able to earn by owning the stock. Why is this? leverage.

Things to remember before diving into options.

  • The majority of options that are purchased market wide expire worthless. This means, if you're the one buying them, and you diamond hand them, you will lose all your money invested in the contract.
  • Have an idea of how much you want to earn before you buy your options. (Exit Strategy)
    • There are a lot of great resources for paper trading options, and I HIGHLY recommend you do a few before you spend any real money. one of my favorites is optionstrat[.]com. You can check out spreads and other things - I'll maybe to a writeup on that later.
  • Short term, far Out of The Money (OTM), and cheap AF options are mostly gambling (imo).
    • Due to theta, and unknown market timing, it's dangerous to use these options. In regards to far OTM, they are cheap for a reason - they are very likely to expire OTM too and be worthless (check the delta)...
  • There's more to be aware of and cautious about, but I'm not your fucking financial advisor and you should do your own research before getting into any investment vehicle.

Yay, this post is interactive!

Let me know in the comments what you think, if I've missed anything (really basic) that can be explained in options and how they work, I'll add it to this post.
Next step of This educational series is to dig into a couple easy to deploy options strategies. In that next writeup, I plan to cover:
  • defining risk
  • understanding theta decay
  • simple single-option strategies
Let me know if you're interested in any specific strategies for the next writeup, and I'll add them to the mix. Stay 🤙 and wrinkle up!
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Can we leverage stem cells to help live longer, healthier lives? Robert A.J. Signer, Ph.D., and Shiri Gur-Cohen, Ph.D., examine the process of aging at the molecular and cellular level to show how stem cells may be the key to preventing age-related health problems.

Can we leverage stem cells to help live longer, healthier lives? Robert A.J. Signer, Ph.D., and Shiri Gur-Cohen, Ph.D., examine the process of aging at the molecular and cellular level to show how stem cells may be the key to preventing age-related health problems. submitted by shadesofaltruism to longevity [link] [comments]

How much margin/leverage do you get for trading Forex?

Can a standard, individual account trade forex? If yes, how much leverage/margin do you receive?
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Looking for help with how tax works as a student as prop firm forex trader.

I'm a nursing student who's current only income is thier student loan. I've recently started a forex trader challenge for two prop firms which looks like I'm going to pass both (fingers crossed a zombie apocolypse doesn't happen) meaning I can start generating some extra income.
I'm am very aware that when it comes to making money, the tax man will come knocking. I have 0 intentions of fucking this up so I'd like to get some advise on how all this would work when the time comes. I've never worked a job that pays enough for me to get taxed so I'm not familiar with the process at all. I belive that even though I'm working for a prop firm, it still counts as self employed? Trades are also done via CFDs for on firm, and spread betting for another. I know tax is different between the two.
I know most people say hire an accountant but I like to understand how it all works myself so even if I did hire one, I'd know if they were doing it right.
I appreciate any help with this.
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What Is Leverage Trading Cryptocurrency And How It Works?

What Is Leverage Trading Cryptocurrency And How It Works?
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2 years since I received my B.S. in Physics. Applied twice for Physics PhD Programs. Rejected twice. Currently working as a High School Physics Teacher. I want to go back to grad school, but I don't know how anymore. My current plan is to build up Summer Research Experience. Looking for advice. TIA.

Hi everyone,
I am in my mid-20s from the US. I am 2 years out of undergrad with a B.S. And here's my story. Got a full merit scholarship to a public university in a major city. Finished with a GPA of 3.4 and a B.S. in Physics. During undergrad I participated in a research lab doing work on photonics with TMDs and creating hybrid bi-layers using a stacking method. The next two semesters after I graduated I participated in a Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program at a National Laboratory working in Nuclear Data Science for the first and Theoretical Quantum Mechanics for the second.
During these past two years I applied to many PhD programs. The first round of applications I was arrogant. I thought I could apply to a bunch of super duper advanced schools (IVYs and such) and definitely get into at least one. I learned it doesn't work that way. Second round I applied to schools at or lower in ranking than my undergrad. Thought a lower ranked school would be more willing to take a chance on me. Wrong again.
Before I received my last decision for the second round of applications I made a deal with myself: "If I get rejected again, I'll take a break and try something else". I got rejected again and tried something else. I am currently a physics teacher at a private high school in New England. And after a few months of working with uninterested and lazy students, I am so bored and disheartened. I didn't think every student would love math and physics, but the administration just pushes these kids through and I am pressured to walk the line.
I need to try. I need to go back to grad school and see how far I can go. My current plan is to work here for a few more years and save as much money as I can; my family and myself aren't wealthy enough for me to just not have an income while I apply to grad schools. I also plan to accumulate as many accolades, research reexperiences, and letters of rec as I can before I apply again. That is what brings me here. As a teacher I have summers COMPLETELY OFF. I am currently searching for Summer Post-Baccalaureate Internships and Research Programs preferably in Experimental Particle Physics (I prefer theoretical, but I know it's harder to get into) OR PhD Bridge Programs with a stipend during the regular Fall and Spring semesters.
Thankfully other than money, I have no obligations or restrictions on where I can work, live, or travel to. I am open to living and working anywhere as long as it gets me closer to my goals.
Thank you to anyone who takes the time to respond and good luck to everyone else on their grad school journeys!
TL;DR - I want to go to grad school for a PhD in Physics. 2 years since my undergrad. A few random research experiences. Currently a high school physics teacher. ISO Summer Physics Research Programs.
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[Business] Leverage Podcast | Episode 78 - Scaling your Business Through Strategic Content Marketing | Broke Agent Media's co-founding COO is here to share with you some tips on how to create a content marketing strategy that works for you and your audience | SFW |

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Statisticians who got their PhD and now work in industry, how is it like? [Q]

Curious as to how the transition to industry was after a phd in statistics. Exciting? Frustrating? I’ve often heard both sides as with your phd you get more lucrative data science roles, but also it can be frustrating as there’s no emphasis of statistical rigor in industry. What have been your experiences? Any of you in startups? Developed your own startup? I’m just curious to see what kind of non traditional placements occurred for people who got their PhD in statistics.
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Re: Articles/documentation on how arbitrage trading software works in forex

Hi traders, hope you're all well. I'm wondering if anyone could please direct me to articles that go into detail about how arbitrage trading software/bots work in forex? This is just for research purposes only. I haven't found many resources breaking down this topic in more detail.
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How forex trading works

Trading currency pairs for hedging or speculation is called forex trading. Forex trading involves opening a brokerage account, funding it, and then trading for retail investors.
Once in place, investors who anticipate a rise in the value of the US dollar in comparison to the Japanese yen may buy the US dollar and sell the yen. However, if the same investor believes that the euro will fall against the US dollar, they can open a sell position for one lot of that pair and sell the EUUSD.
If their wager is correct, they will win in either case. However, they will lose money if their prediction is wrong.
Investors trade currencies in lots, which simply represent the number of units. Standard lots, mini lots, micro lots, and nano lots each have 100,000, 10,000, 1,000, and 100 currency units.
Traders frequently seek to profit from minute shifts in exchange rates known as pips, which are equal to one hundredth of a percentage point.
Brokers are also used by hedge funds. "They will almost always negotiate volume discounts and better terms," says Tim Enneking, managing director of hedge fund manager Digital Capital Management. "They] typically use institutional brokers, but they often also use the same brokers as retail investors."
The advantages and disadvantages of forex trading Forex has a number of advantages, including access to leverage, 24-hour access, and deep liquidity. Additionally, some forex brokers advertise that they do not charge commissions for trading.
See also: https://speed24news.com/how-the-forex-market-works/
The fact that a person only requires a small amount of capital to begin trading forex is another major draw. According to StockCharts senior technical analyst Julius de Kempenaer, "you can easily trade using leverage, which means that you need relatively little capital to be able to trade forex."
Because the forex market is much less regulated than the stock or bond market, day trading or scalping is no problem. Scalping is the practice of placing trades to profit from minute shifts in the value of foreign currency pairs.
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