Use the Profit calculator to measure the profit or loss of a trade based on your trading account base currency, opening trade price, trade direction, trade size, and closing trade price.
The Profit calculator supports more than 16 currency pairs, however, if you wish to calculate the profit/loss of an instrument that is not supported, simply manually input the opening and closing price and it will work just as good.
Use the Margin calculator to determine the margin required to open or hold a position according to your trading account base currency, currency pair, margin ration, and trade size.
Margin has a direct effect on trader’s trading account. If an open trade moves in your direction, your margin increases, but if the trade moves against you, your margin decreases.
Traders use Margin calculator tool to remain aware of their trading account balance and to avoid any over exposure that might lead to margin call or, in some cases, being stopped out.
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Use the Pip Calculator to determine the pip value of several major currency pairs in several lot sizes, and based on your trading account base currency.
The Pip Calculator supports over eight base currencies and over 15 currency pairs. The values are based on real-time currency exchange rates.
Use the Fibonacci calculator to generate retracement and extension levels in up and down trends. Fibonacci levels are used by traders to indicate potential significant support, resistance, and extension price points.
The Fibonacci levels are calculated based on your choice of the latest trend’s highest and lowest values.
Pivot Point Calculator
A Pivot Point is a significant price level that is used by traders as a predictive indicator of market movement. A Pivot Point is calculated as an average of several prices (high, low, open, close) extracted from the prior trading period.
Traders use pivot point calculator to identify key support and resistance price levels. If the market in the following period trades above the pivot point it is usually evaluated as a bullish sentiment, whereas trading below the pivot point is seen as bearish.