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Simple Lot Size Calculator using Excel (Only 3 Inputs!)

Discussion in 'General Forex Talk' started by Admiral-Chief-General, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. BeiShi

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    Very interesting... Thanks for sharing! I will try it! very usefull information
     
  2. belt007

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    if we can use this system can we get success.....???
     
  3. mehdi0105

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    excel is best way for finding your entry SL and tp and also u can find your gain.
     
  4. dpb2009

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    my fxbook has a free to use lot size calc
     
  5. Mawandza

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    Pax forex is the best forex broker with tight spreads and great executions... and their bonus is second to none... The best forex broker in my opinion.
     
  6. rashed1

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    This post is very useful in my life.thank you
     
  7. scott11

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    Voila..! That is a very important lesson for trading. However, it must be understood that it is not a recipe for success but only for limiting losses. Has anyone applied this? How has been the experience?
     
  8. annar

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    It is helpful for the traders as these type of calculators can help to save the time. I appreciate your contribution as it will surely help the traders in he form of money management as well. Keep it up!
     
  9. CarlToad

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    WARNING: This takes no consideration of the Currency pair that you're trading the and the Currency that your account is in!!
    See:
    "How to Calculate Your Position Size in Different Forex Pairs and Account Currencies"
    babypips.com/learn/forex/calculate-position-size-different-forex-pairs
     
  10. CryptoatForex

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    Babypips.com has a great calculator for this.
     

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