ESMA New Leverage Limits Best Decision In Favor Of Traders? - page 2

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Deevog
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Deevog  
Luis Alejandro Diaz Vidal:
The most stupid decision ever, why someone is voting yes?

It's need to understand if someone thinking low leverage is stupid decision then I will salute them 

High leverage was local brokers trap specially brokers from Islands regulations and a lot of peoples lost their funds in this high leverage gambling

Waseem Raza
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Waseem Raza  
Luis Alejandro Diaz Vidal:

The reason behind the vote ...

The reason behind the vote you will learn how many peoples loosing in trade business specially in Forex 

Jox90
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Jox90  
Deevog:

It's need to understand if someone thinking low leverage is stupid decision then I will salute them 

High leverage was local brokers trap specially brokers from Islands regulations and a lot of peoples lost their funds in this high leverage gambling

Using lower leverage is responsibility of the trader. However, it's understandable a measure to prevent big losses caused by enormous leverages, but I think that a maximum 1:100 leverage could be left. Numbers like 1:30, 1:5 or 1:2 are excessive for me.
CrisZind
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CrisZind  
Jox90:
It's obvious they did this. They are ESMA: Europe Steals Money Again. Obvious...

Its a bit of control over where the money goes, during the previous period there were some claims that China and Japan is manipulating the forex market, then we heard that NAFTA is going to be re-negotiated, afterwards every country putting taxes on the other

Im guessing this is part of the trade war and how citizens of every country can chose to put their money with different brokers "outside of their country" because of their leverage or other reasons, North American traders for instance sometimes chose brokers outside of the USA due to the very low leverage "1:50" and the fact that brokers there forbid hedging which could be a life savior sometimes

If all the above is true, then ESMA is not going to stop there, they will put more regulatory forms such as those which are driving brokers away from accepting traders from such countries, bringing traders to put their dollars with European brokers

Icham Aidibe
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Icham Aidibe  
Whoever will lose money with this, will leave the deal. Very simply, let's wait & see :)
Jox90
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Jox90  

FCA statement on ESMA’s temporary product intervention measures applied to retail CFD and binary option products


The product intervention measures will be applied under Article 40 of the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) and will have an initial duration of up to three months, after which the measures may be renewed.

In its announcement, the FCA stated that it “expects to consult on whether to apply these measures on a permanent basis to firms offering CFDs and binary options to retail clients”.

https://www.fca.org.uk/news/statements/fca-statement-esma-temporary-product-intervention-retail-cfd-binary-options


I hope it really is a temporary intervention...
FCA statement on ESMA’s temporary product intervention measures applied to retail CFD and binary option products
  • www.fca.org.uk
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has agreed a range of product intervention measures to prohibit the provision of binary options and to restrict the provision of Contracts for Difference (CFDs) in order to protect retail investors.
Mohammed Mounir
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Mohammed Mounir  
Good decision for traders to protect account capital by taking good decisions and money management, also will eliminates systems like Grid and Martingale which is great
Mirko Cerulli
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Mirko Cerulli  
Mohammed Mounir:
Good decision for traders to protect account capital by taking good decisions and money management, also will eliminates systems like Grid and Martingale which is great

Won't happen.

Mohammed Mounir
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Mohammed Mounir  
Mirko Cerulli:

Won't happen.

grid and martingale depends most on leverage for sure it will affected

CrisZind
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CrisZind  
Mohammed Mounir:
Good decision for traders to protect account capital by taking good decisions and money management, also will eliminates systems like Grid and Martingale which is great

Throw a 0.01 lot which doesn't pass to be processed by the banks and you hand yourself straight and clear to the brokers, so they can do whatever they want with your money


But only if you are a trader with some capital of course ..

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