The number of hands is the unit of measurement. In foreign exchange transactions, all units of measurement are based on the number of hands.
A standard lot of foreign exchange is equal to 100 lots, and a standard lot of foreign exchange is like a unit of contract equivalent to $100,000.
For example, if we enter a standard exchange rate, we are buying $100,000 yen.
In leverage to narrow the margin, thus trading.
Foreign exchange entry number is not the investor said to want to trade how many hands trade how many hands, but to see the risk that his position can bear, foreign exchange trade number and risk into direct proportion.
In general, we recommend that the margin required to build a position should not exceed 20% of your total capital, otherwise there is a risk of exploding the position.
For example, the margin required for trading one lot of USD/JPY is $2.50, and the total capital joining us is $1000. Therefore, it is better not to open a position more than 0.8 lots, which can greatly reduce the risk of burst position.
The dollar hit a near 20-year high, gold tumbled nearly $70 and U.S. stocks entered a technical bear market on rising expectations of a 75-point Fed rate hike.
Please pay attention to the specific operation, the market is changing rapidly, investment needs to be cautious, the operation strategy is for reference only.