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    Lot Size Calculator

    Hello -

    This is a lot size calculator that can help determine desired trade size based on the amount of your account you would like to risk.

    There are 5 inputs.

    1) Account type - Select whether you are trading a micro or standard account. WARNING - Choosing incorrect account type will display incorrect amounts!

    2) Account Size - This is the 'Equity,' amount from Trading Station.

    3) Risk Percentage - This is the amount of your account you would like to risk. You can enter as a whole number. So, if you want to risk 3% of your account, please input: 3

    4) Stop Distance - This is the difference between your entry, and stop price.

    5) Pip Cost - Can be taken directly from Trading Station. The 'Simple Dealing Rates,' window contains a column for 'Pip Cost.'

    Hit the Calculate button - and Trade Size will be displayed below!


    Application is in '.zip' file - and can be opened with the program WinZip.
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