The swap calculator allows traders to calculate the difference of rates between the currencies of one pair held in an overnight opened position.
Swap = (One Point / Exchange Rate) * Trade Size (Lot Size) * Swap Value in PointsSwap long (used for keeping buy positions open overnight) andSwap short (used for keeping sell positions open overnight).They are expressed in pips per lot and vary depending on the financial instrument you’re trading.When trading a currency, you are borrowing one currency to purchase another. The swap interest fee is calculated based on the difference between the two interest rates of the traded currencies.The swap fee is credited or debited once for each day of the week, at midnight server time, when a position is rolled over, with the exception of Wednesday for the spot Forex, WTI, & Brent oil, when it is credited or debited 3 times and of Friday for the cash indices when it is credited or debited 3 times (i.e. 7 swaps in 5 trading days).
The Margin Calculator is used to determine the margin requirements to open and/or hold open positions according to your trading account size. It takes into account the main currency of your trading account and the currency pair or another asset class you choose. The calculator also displays the remaining free margin and the size of trading positions.
Margin = Last price X standard contract / (Leverage)
If you want to know the value per pip for any traded forex, commodity or index instrument, you can use this tool to calculate and plan your trading accordingly, dealing with various currency pairs.
Pip Value = (Size of a Pip) / (Exchange Rate) x (Base Currency Notional Amount)
This calculator allows you to calculate the size of the position in units and lots to accurately manage your risks. It works with all major currency pairs, crosses, commodities, and indices.
Position Size = (Account size * percent exposure)/ pips risk * pip value (10 = standard, 1 = mini, 0.1 = micro).
This calculator helps you evaluate potential profits or losses from any trade you intend to execute in the market. It calculates the profit and loss based on the main currency for the trading account, prices of open trading positions, trading direction, size of the position and price of closing the position.
Profit = (Closing price - opening price) * 10000) * Pip value for a standard lot.
This tool allows you to determine basic Fibonacci retracements and extension values in both up and down trends, by entering the high and low values of your choice. This is a powerful tool for predicting approximate price targets.
Formula Used:UR = H - ((H-L)×percentage)UE = H + ((H-L)×percentage)DR = L + ((H-L)×percentage)DE = L - ((H-L)×percentage)WhereH = High RangeL = Low RangeUR = Uptrend RetracementUE = Uptrend ExtentionDR = Downtrend RetracementDE = Downtrend Extention
Pivot Calculator is a useful tool that helps you identify market entry points depending on the trend direction in both bullish and bearish scenarios. Pivot points are used to determine Support and Resistance levels.
Pivot Point = (Previous High + Previous Low + Previous Close) / 3Resistance Level 1 = (2 * Pivot Point) - Previous LowSupport Level 1 = (2 * Pivot Point) - Previous HighResistance Level 2 = (Pivot Point - Support Level 1) + Resistance Level 1Support Level 2 = Pivot Point - (Resistance Level 1 - Support Level 1)Resistance Level 3 = (Pivot Point - Support Level 2) + Resistance Level 2Support Level 3 = Pivot Point - (Resistance Level 2 - Support Level 2)
This free tool is used to calculate the rates of currencies and precious metals instantly.
Formula Currency exchange rate
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