Margin and Leverage - TTCM

Monfex

Cryptocurrency trading platform - offers easy-to-understand margin trading for top digital coins with up to 50X leverage.
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COBINHOOD Exchange

COBINHOOD is the world's first "ZERO Trading Fees" cryptocurrency exchange with the vision to maximize traders' profits. Traders now can enjoy ZERO trading fees for spot trading and margin trading up to 10x leverage.
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Bitcoin Margin Trading

User guides and tips for margin trading bitcoin. Trade bitcoin futures with 10x to 20x leverage.
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Japanese Regulator Officially Proposes Cutting Crypto Margin Trading Leverage Cap

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Japanese Regulator Officially Proposes Cutting Crypto Margin Trading Leverage Cap

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Japanese Regulator Officially Proposes Cutting Crypto Margin Trading Leverage Cap

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OKEx Increases Margin Trading Leverage to 5x for BTC, ETH, LTC, ETC and EOS - Ethereum World News

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Leading Crypto Exchange Increases Margin Trading Leverage for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and EOS - The Daily Hodl

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Driving Crypto Exchange Increases Margin Trading Leverage for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and EOS

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MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?

MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?
*This post has been written by Hedgehog, an MCS influencer and one of Korea's famous cryptocurrency key opinion leaders.
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#Be_a_Trader!
Greetings from MCS, the derivatives trading platform where traders ALWAYS come first.

If you are a bitcoin trader, you have probably heard of bitcoin leverage trading at least once. I think leverage is a very important function in bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling. What does leverage mean here?

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The Definition of Leverage

Leverage comes from leveraging, and we all know what a lever does unless you fell asleep in middle school. The lever principle consists of force, the perpendicular distance from the pivot, moment, and more... Actually, I forgot all about the concept of the lever principle. ;)
A simple explanation of the lever principle is the force multiplication using a small force to lift large objects. Scissors and bottle openers that we often use in everyday life are all using the principle of the lever. The leverage in Bitcoin margin trading can also be understood as a function that gives the effect of a large investment with a small investment.
Leverage is also commonly used in real estate transactions. When one's capital is $1 million and wants to purchase a $2 million building, borrowing $1 million from a bank or other financial institution and purchasing the building is also included in the concept of leverage. By applying this concept directly into the leverage on bitcoin margin trading, which will be explained below, one can purchase a $2 million building with a capital of $1 million, doubling the leverage.
The maximum leverage available for each cryptocurrency derivatives exchange varies slightly. You can use up to 100x leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange. This means that I can trade using up to 100x leverage, which means I can invest up to 100x of my capital.
When making a general Bitcoin transaction, if my capital is $500, the maximum number of Bitcoins that I can be purchased is only $500 worth of Bitcoins. However, on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, if my capital is $500 and uses 100 times leverage, I can trade with $50K worth of Bitcoins.

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The profit and loss rate when trading with and without leverage is the difference between heaven and earth. Assuming that the Bitcoin price has doubled after purchasing, if you invested $500 without using leverage, you will make a profit of $500 and your last asset balance will be $1K. On the other hand, if you used 100 times the leverage and invested $500, the actual transaction will be $50K worth of Bitcoin, so your profit will be $50K, and my final asset will be $50.5K. As you may have noticed, you can earn as much profit as the leverage used. Thus, although my capital may be limited, by using leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, I can realize an unbelievable return on my capital.

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Since I am telling you about leverage, I would like to introduce to the MCS traders who actually realized financial freedom through Bitcoin margin trading at the end of 2017. BJ Wedorm, a legend amongst Korean margin traders, started investing in Bitcoin with $4K and "retired" after a year of trading with a fortune of $10 billion. He who was born in 1996-1997 traded on BitMEX using leverage to triumph the financial freedom we all dream of.

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💡 "Poverty has many roots, but the tap root is ignorance." - Lyndon B. Johnson
In Bitcoin margin trading, leverage is a means of trading large investment funds with small capital. Leverage trading is a typical high-risk high-return, a double-edged sword that can be beneficial or harmed to you depending on how you use it. I wish all MCS traders to realize financial freedom by wisely using this leverage, a key element of Bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling.

I am a Bitcoin margin trader, Hedgehog. Thank you for reading this post.
\Trading with leverage is clearly a way to earn a large return; however, it is highly risky. Before trading with leverage, I strongly recommend that you fully understand the advantages and disadvantages of leveraged trading.*

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Cryptocurrencies turn red as Japan’s FSA considers a leverage cap on cryptocurrency margin trading

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New to the Markets with lots of Questions

Hi coming back and have lots of questions that will help me decide whether investing in financial markets suitable for me and also for a lot of beginners out there reading this thread and thinking of investing/trading:
Penny stocks are cheap and only available for new startup companies but are the highest risks in the stock markets when volume/liquidity dries up but can possibly offer the most rewards and equity ownership of a company if things turn good?
Bonds are only good investments if Interest rates are high? What happens on negative interest rates? Is bonds buying Government debt?
The best real economy indicators of a country is GDP and Unemployment numbers? Why is it that stock markets dont always reflect this?
Is DCA Dollar Cost Averaging just putting a bit of your salary/wages every month/week into the stock market regardless of share price and regardless of bull and bear markets?
How do you compound your investments over decades? Is it through dividends and interest only? If dividends then what happens when your stock portfolio crashes after decades of holding so how it compounds on losses?
Which best non affiliated website allows me to find good companies and their share prices at fair prices below intrinsic value? What search filters I use for this? Which is more important PE Ratio or EPS when making a investment decision? How do I find shares that are undervalued?
Warren Buffet said dont sell shares unless company changes, did he mean sell if company is bought by another company or company is under new management or company changes its product/service/brand/image/logo?
How do I find out total supply of shares offered from a company from their initial IPO? If a company increases supply of their shares after IPO then does that reduce my equity/ownership of a company or devalue my existing share holdings?
If a company offers fractional shares then is that a good indicator because it attracts poorer investors to get a slice of the company pie which means more volume right?
Does a shareholder who has low amount of shares gets invited to shareholder meetings or gets like staff discounts/freebies of that company? For example if I buy 10 mcdonalds shares at $1 each but Im entitled to a free big mac meal token once a week, every week as long im holding their shares? Is it possible to get both freebies/discounts & dividends payouts?
Dividends, will I lose dividend if I sell my share a day before dividend payout date, also are dividends yields paid on share price that I bought at or calculated on whatever the market daily price of that share is?
Which best website that has no affiliation with companies offers good fundamental analysis of companies and also shows red flags/scandals of a company before tv news shows it? To look at companies financial statements & annual reports, which site is best that offers this information that has no affiliation with companies so due diligence can be done? So I am to look at the Total revenue on a company income statement to see if its increasing quarterly or yearly? Also I gotta look at a company debts/liabilities and as long debts are below company assets value then that is good? Finally how do I know theres good Cash flow in a company?
If I buy a ETF shares will it show the individual share or shares from what companies the ETF basket holds and do I get same rights as a direct shareholder like having equity ownership of a company & getting dividends? Also for example if I buy ETF that tracks FTSE 100 then that means if FTSE 100 crashes like it did with the corona virus black swan event back in march then my ETF investment has gone down losing my capital?
Finally which is best most reliable stock chart pattern indicator for long term fundamental analysis to go long on a stock/share or ETF and which is the best for short term day trading on going long too?
I haven't mentioned shorting stocks/shares or going short or margin trading/leverage trading as I believe this is borrowing other peoples money to trade but really risky if markets go against you so I leave this out for beginners as you can go into minus - debt balance for this which is worse than losing your capital to 0.
Anything else important that I missed out on?
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CoinMetro Updates 06.30.2020

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Bitfinex Increases Maximum Leverage on Margin Trading for EOS, Litecoin and enables Margin Trading and Funding for DAI

We have increased maximum leverage on margin trading for EOS and Litecoin pairs on our platform, and introduced margin trading and funding on DAI.
Starting from today, EOS to Tether (EOS/USDt) and Litecoin to Tether (LTC/USDt) can be traded with a higher maximum leverage of 5x.
DAI with US dollar (DAI/USD) can be traded with a maximum leverage of 3.3x, an initial equity of 30% and a maintenance margin of 15%.
DAI currency is also available for margin funding (lending).
Find out more at https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/488
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What wealth effects can we know at MXC Global?

What wealth effects can we know at MXC Global?
Before answering this, let’s think: If Bobo in Los Angeles wants to leverage cryptocurrency returns, what should he consider first?
The answer given by Bobo may be: 1. Choose a currency with a small market value that he is familiar with. 2. Choose a safe and reliable exchange, and leverage trade through the exchange.

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How to get the most out of cryptocurrency?
Unlike spot trading, in leveraged trading, the purpose of most traders is to obtain short-term high returns. Let’s assume Bobo is the same.
If drastic fluctuations happen, high-market-value cryptocurrencies require large amounts of margin. However, small-market-value currencies demand only a small portion of funds to cause drastic fluctuations. In this case, the latter one is more suitable for leverage trading to get the maximum profit.
Taking the five cryptocurrencies of BTC, ETH, LINK, DOGE, and VNT as examples, the current market value has reached $172.686 billion, $27.01 billion, $2.186 billion, $501 million, and $1.4114 million, respectively. If the market value fluctuates by 5%, then it requires margins of $8.634 billion, $1.35 billion, $107 million, $25 million, and $70,000, respectively.
Like putting boulders of equal volume and density into Lake Belga and the Baltic Sea at the same time, the water of Lake Belga will overflow the surface of the lake and irrigate the fields in Siberia, while the sea surface of the Baltic Sea will not show a ripple.
To conclude, the small-market-value currency is a better choice for Bobo as he wants to maximize profits in a short-term.
How to choose the right exchange?
At 17:56 on July 8, 2020, the leverage trading price of VNT/USDT in MXC Global rose by 14.17%. However, the leverage trading price of BTC/USDT increased by only 0.78% in 24 hours. Bobo is familiar with VNT, and has critical judgments on the price trend of it. Thus, before the price going up, he had already prepared to buy VNT long with multiple leverage.
At….., the VNT/USDT trading pair on MXC Global rose by …, while in the meantime BTC/USDT moved only 0.78% ……, he had already packed some 5x leverage VNT/USDT margin pair in his bag.
But the problem is that, at present, only our exchange and Bibox supportVNT/USDT leverage trading (margin trading). Bobo is a senior user of our exchange and is satisfied with previous experience. Therefore, he has obtained ideal returns by buying VNT long with five times leverage.(by buying long of VNT with 5x leverage)
This example proves that margin trading is a way to maximize short-term returns. The success relies on two indispensable aspects: a smaller-market-value cryptocurrency and a trading platform that supports a large number of margin pairs.
margin trading
Among many exchanges in the world, we support as many as 78 margin trading pairs, which is the platform that supports the most currencies.
In addition, our margin trading system adopts isolated margin mode. it supports 2-10 times leverage , and allows automatic borrowing and returning functions. Orders and cancellations can complete borrowing and returning of currency.(The loan can be made or repaid automatically upon placing or cancelling an order).
From the beginning of 2020 till now, we have upgraded the leveraged trading system by 7 times, which has greatly optimized core indicators such as quoted depth, position spread, lending efficiency and matching efficiency (lending and matching efficiency).
Why choose a reliable trading platform?
“Reliability” means: 1. Safety and regulation-compliance. 2. The trading platform has strong risk control ability. Also, core indicators like quoted depth, matching efficiency and position spread, have advantages. 3. Pay attention to the core requirements of global users, produce cryptocurrency trading products with heart.
We have become the fastest growing one-stop cryptocurrency trading platform in the world.
At present, our trading business integrates OTC trading, currency spot trading, leverage margin trading, Leveraged ETF, index products, contract trading and POS staking services.
In 2019, our daily volume of trade accounts for 5% of the global market. The daily trading volume of MXC took 5% of the global market. According to CryptoRank data, our leveraged ETF currently accounts for 70.1% of the global market.
Since our establishment, we adhered to the development strategy of “centering on global users” and “global compliance trading”. With the support of strong products and professional team, we aim to create a one-stop cryptocurrency trading platform that meet users’ needs.
We have obtained legal licenses registered in the United States, Canada, Australia and other countries, so we can conduct cryptocurrency trading legally and locally in those countries.
In terms of OTC, we have reached strategic cooperation with European payment company Simplex and Southeast Asia payment company Banxa, which allow users to directly purchase BTC, ETH with Visa and MasterCard.
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WhiteBit Launches Margin Trading With 5x Leverage

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Introduction to Margin and Leverage - YouTube Margin Strategies: Three Ways to Use Margin & Leverage ... Margin Trading  Trading Terms - YouTube Margin Trading 101: How It Works - YouTube CFD Margin And Leverage: How It Works 🤷🏿‍♂️ - YouTube

Margin and leverage are among the most important concepts to understand when trading forex. These essential tools allow forex traders to control trading positions that are substantially greater in size than would be the case without the use of these tools. At the most fundamental level, margin is the amount of money in a trader's account that is required as a deposit in order to open and Trading on leverage in a margin account contains a big dose of risk. If you haven’t properly calculated your money management strategy, you can easily wipe out your account and go bankrupt. Leverage is the increased “trading power” that is available when using a margin account. Leverage allows traders to trade positions larger than the amount of money in their trading account. Instead of putting up the full market value of an asset such as Bitcoin, the trader operates on ‘margin’ The Advantages of Margin Trading: Leverage is of the greatest advantage in margin trading. Margin can increase your profits dramatically. For example: with 10% of margin you can buy 10 times of the cash stocks in future market. Let us take an example to better understand the advantage of leverage. In leveraged trading, margin is capital invested by an investor and is essentially money paid to a bank, broker, or counterparty to open and maintain positions. Margin level is the ratio of margin to the total amount of contracts to be bought and sold, also known as leverage ratio or ratio. Margin level =1/ leverage ratio

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Introduction to Margin and Leverage - YouTube

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