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1 lot of the given volume is equal to $100,000 of the client’s own funds in the nominal value of the trading operation.
For example, trading operations with a nominal volume of $50,000 and $200,000 will be equal to 0.5 and 2.0 lots of the given volumerespectively.
The nominal value of a trading operation is calculated using the formula Pr*V*Cs, where: Pr is the price of the asset in relation to the US dollar at the time of opening the trading position.
The ratio of the amount of the client’s own funds to all funds in the account is determined through the coefficient Q, the value of which is calculated using the formula C/(C+B), where:
Vr - a lot of resulted volume
V - volume of the trading operation
Cs - standard size of the trading operation equal to 1 lot
Pr - the price of the asset in relation to the US dollar at the time of opening a trading position
100000 - size of the contract
Q - ratio of the client's own funds to funds provided by the company.
Mp - market price of the asset at the timeof opening a trading positon