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.
Usually, Forex pairs have a pip equal to 0,0001 (exception - Japanese pairs which have a pip equal to 0,01). Therefore, here pip value is calculated using the following formula: Pip / Market Price x Lot x Contract Size.
Pip (in Forex) - the second last digit after the decimal point
Market Price - is the current price applicable to your position's direction for the purposes of closing it
Lot - the MetaTrader volume of your position
Contract Size - is the actual number of units of an asset in your position
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.
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