Use our practical calculators to work through the details of a trade and manage your transactions efficiently.
Swap is the fee charged for holding a position open overnight. It refers to the interest rate difference between the two traded currencies and is determined according to whether your position is long or short. Swaps are calculated and applied on every trading night. On Wednesday night swaps are charged at triple rate to account for the weekend. Just enter the currency pair you want to trade, along with the trade size and your account currency, and then click ‘Calculate’ to determine the swap fee.
The pip value calculator helps you to calculate the value of each position in the currency you want to trade in. This information is very important in determining if a trade is worth the risk and in managing your risk more efficiently. All you have to do is enter your selected currency pair, your trade size, the currency your trading account is denominated in and click ‘Calculate’ to determine the value of each pip.
The margin calculator is an important tool that calculates how much margin is required in order to guarantee a position that you would like to open. It enables you to properly manage your trade and determine the lot size and the leverage, so as not to exceed your trading account balance. This is critical in order to avoid margin calls or stop outs. What you should do is simply select the currency pair being traded, the lot size, the leverage and your account currency. After you click ‘Calculate’, your margin will be automatically shown.
Before opening a position, it is only natural that you would want to know what you stand to gain or lose from it. The profit calculator is an easy-to-use tool that will enable you determine the outcome of a trade and decide if it profitable or not. You can also place different opening and closing prices to compare the results. All you have to do is select the currency pair, the trade size, the currency of your account, the period you want to keep your trade open for, if you are selling or buying, as well as the open and close price. Finally, click ‘Calculate’ to see the potential profit or loss of the trade.
The foreign exchange calculator is a handy tool that allows you to convert between different currencies. To use the currency converter, select your currency, the currency you would like to convert to and the amount you would like converted. Then, click ‘Calculate’ in order to perform the conversion.
The calculators are supplied by TeleTrade as auxiliary tools serving informational purposes solely. Data for the calculations is sourced from TeleTrade's trading servers and there could be delays before it appears on the website. Due to the possible feed delay and the rounding of values, the displayed calculation results may deviate from the actual parameter values applicable in the market
Risk Warning: Trading Forex and CFDs on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. There is a possibility that you may lose all of your initial investments, so you should not risk more than you are prepared to lose. Prior to trading you should make sure you fully understand all the risks involved and take into consideration your level of experience and financial situation. TeleTrade strives to provide you with all the necessary information and protective measures, but if the risks seem still unclear to you, please seek independent advice.
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