Margin & Leverage


Margin and leverage are concepts that go hand-in-hand in currency trading. Margin is expressed as the percentage of position size (e.g. 5% or 1%).On a 1% margin, for instance, a position of $1,000,000 will require a deposit of $10,000.

Actual Required Margin would change by Leverage Level

Leverage Amount Traded Required Margin
1:1 $100,000 $100,000
50:1 $100,000 $2,000
100:1 $100,000 $1,000
200:1 $100,000 $500
500:1 $100,000 $200

Our margin-call is 120% at the margin level and is stop-out at 100%.


Leverage is the percentage (%) of borrowed capital allowed by your broker to use when you open a trade position. Typically in Stock market when you buy 100 shares of a company trading at $10 per share, you are required $1,000 to open the trade. Some stock brokers would let you borrow money from them, most cases it is 50% of the total stock value. So instead of $1,000 you are now only required to have $500. This helps traders to buy more shares with same amount of money.

Ngelpartners Leverage

Ngel Partners leverage ratio is applied at a fixed rate of 200:1 at the initial stage of an opened account.
If you want to change the leverage rate, please contact our customer center ([email protected] ).