A Complete & Comprehensive Guide to Crypto Margin Trading

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Open powerful leveraged and short positions in seconds on DDEX: the most advanced margin trading platform on Ethereum.
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BankCoin is a key constituent of the fintech system which enables trading, saving activities and givesaccess to other upcoming services in the BankCoin ecosystem. BankCoin is created for two main objectives.Firstly, it is the energy of the internal mechanism in the BankCoin ecosystem. Secondly, it is the governance component of the BankCoin system. Each BankCoin wallet is initially provided with a predefined amount of BankCoin and cannot be used without a minimum BankCoin balance.
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The Intensive Margin in Trade -- by Ana M. Fernandes, Peter J. Klenow, Sergii Meleshchuk, Denisse Pierola, Andres Rodriguez-Clare

The Intensive Margin in Trade -- by Ana M. Fernandes, Peter J. Klenow, Sergii Meleshchuk, Denisse Pierola, Andres Rodriguez-Clare submitted by ocamlmycaml to EconNews [link] [comments]

The Utah Jazz had the #1 Offensive Rating in the NBA since trading for Jordan Clarkson on December 23rd, with a considerable margin above the Dallas Mavericks. With Bojan Bogdanovic out, where do you expect their offense to rank in the bubble?

Utah's offensive rating since December 23rd was 116.5, and the Dallas Mavericks had the #1 offense in the league for the full year at 115.8.
It's easy to say this is a cherry picking stat, but it's for the majority of the season, and the eye test adds context given that the Jazz probably had the worst bench unit in the NBA until trading for Clarkson.
However, Bogdanovic is now out with injury and was averaging over 20 points a game. He was also the go-to option down the stretch in close games, with two notable game winners this season. The Jazz will clearly miss his offensive upside, but given that they were already elite offensively, how do you expect them to rank offensively without him in the bubble?
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Cost of interest in margin trading (stocks)

Hi,
I am about to start live trade on TOS, for the first time. I have been doing paper trading for a few months. I plan to trade small amounts with minimal risk of loss, in the $10-$20 range, jus to get the hang of it, and test myself in real-time trading. I plan to put the needed 25k for the PDT rule.
The main question I have is about the margin rate TD Ameritrade charges me. What is this rate, and how is this calculated? For example, if I buy a share at $100 and sell at $110, my understanding is that I pocket the $10 (in T+2 time). Is this correct? If not, what should I keep in mind?
Sorry for re-post if any, couldn't find a relevant post in my search.
Thanks in advance for your inputs.
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Would you be interested in trading on margins?

Currently it takes up to 3 business days for funds to settle. 3 days is a lot of time for things to happen. Anyone wishes WS would start offering margin trading (at interest ofc)? Why or why not?
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And Activision is trading at the same price it was in February... how do people not realize how much the gaming industry is making. They don’t produce cashflow from ads but from in game purchases with 100% profit margin and the sale of the game.

And Activision is trading at the same price it was in February... how do people not realize how much the gaming industry is making. They don’t produce cashflow from ads but from in game purchases with 100% profit margin and the sale of the game. submitted by RobKnight_ to wallstreetbets [link] [comments]

MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?

MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?
*This post has been written by Hedgehog, an MCS influencer and one of Korea's famous cryptocurrency key opinion leaders.
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#Be_a_Trader!
Greetings from MCS, the derivatives trading platform where traders ALWAYS come first.

If you are a bitcoin trader, you have probably heard of bitcoin leverage trading at least once. I think leverage is a very important function in bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling. What does leverage mean here?

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The Definition of Leverage

Leverage comes from leveraging, and we all know what a lever does unless you fell asleep in middle school. The lever principle consists of force, the perpendicular distance from the pivot, moment, and more... Actually, I forgot all about the concept of the lever principle. ;)
A simple explanation of the lever principle is the force multiplication using a small force to lift large objects. Scissors and bottle openers that we often use in everyday life are all using the principle of the lever. The leverage in Bitcoin margin trading can also be understood as a function that gives the effect of a large investment with a small investment.
Leverage is also commonly used in real estate transactions. When one's capital is $1 million and wants to purchase a $2 million building, borrowing $1 million from a bank or other financial institution and purchasing the building is also included in the concept of leverage. By applying this concept directly into the leverage on bitcoin margin trading, which will be explained below, one can purchase a $2 million building with a capital of $1 million, doubling the leverage.
The maximum leverage available for each cryptocurrency derivatives exchange varies slightly. You can use up to 100x leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange. This means that I can trade using up to 100x leverage, which means I can invest up to 100x of my capital.
When making a general Bitcoin transaction, if my capital is $500, the maximum number of Bitcoins that I can be purchased is only $500 worth of Bitcoins. However, on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, if my capital is $500 and uses 100 times leverage, I can trade with $50K worth of Bitcoins.

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The profit and loss rate when trading with and without leverage is the difference between heaven and earth. Assuming that the Bitcoin price has doubled after purchasing, if you invested $500 without using leverage, you will make a profit of $500 and your last asset balance will be $1K. On the other hand, if you used 100 times the leverage and invested $500, the actual transaction will be $50K worth of Bitcoin, so your profit will be $50K, and my final asset will be $50.5K. As you may have noticed, you can earn as much profit as the leverage used. Thus, although my capital may be limited, by using leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, I can realize an unbelievable return on my capital.

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Since I am telling you about leverage, I would like to introduce to the MCS traders who actually realized financial freedom through Bitcoin margin trading at the end of 2017. BJ Wedorm, a legend amongst Korean margin traders, started investing in Bitcoin with $4K and "retired" after a year of trading with a fortune of $10 billion. He who was born in 1996-1997 traded on BitMEX using leverage to triumph the financial freedom we all dream of.

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💡 "Poverty has many roots, but the tap root is ignorance." - Lyndon B. Johnson
In Bitcoin margin trading, leverage is a means of trading large investment funds with small capital. Leverage trading is a typical high-risk high-return, a double-edged sword that can be beneficial or harmed to you depending on how you use it. I wish all MCS traders to realize financial freedom by wisely using this leverage, a key element of Bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling.

I am a Bitcoin margin trader, Hedgehog. Thank you for reading this post.
\Trading with leverage is clearly a way to earn a large return; however, it is highly risky. Before trading with leverage, I strongly recommend that you fully understand the advantages and disadvantages of leveraged trading.*

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PrimeXBT one of the leading margin trading platforms in 2020 (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

PrimeXBT one of the leading margin trading platforms in 2020 (x-post from /cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Click image for more information Create a KuCoin account in just 10s and start trading to achieve up to 20x returns on margin trades and 100x returns on futures trades. Stake some of your favorite coins to earn up to 50% interest. Participate in raffles, giveaways, and airdrops.

Click image for more information Create a KuCoin account in just 10s and start trading to achieve up to 20x returns on margin trades and 100x returns on futures trades. Stake some of your favorite coins to earn up to 50% interest. Participate in raffles, giveaways, and airdrops. submitted by gettinbitz to FreeCrypto [link] [comments]

Can I use my TFSA Margin Power to trade option spreads in my Margin Account if I only deposit $1000?

So we’re all aware that it takes $5000 in a margin to get access to option spreads.
Now I was looking to open a margin and deposit $1000 and therefore use it to trade with option spreads. Would the Margin Power of my TFSA (Value of around 14000$) enable me to trade spreads, bypassing that $5000 requirement?
In other words, is the $5000 figure a Buying Power or a Cash balance figure to trade option spreads?
Thanks!
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Over a year later, the margins of the AD trade: Would you trade Kuzma for Josh Hart, 5 M in cap space, and a 2022 second round pick?

A year ago yesterday, the Lakers and the Pelicans agreed to a massive trade to reconfigure their teams around LeBron James and Jrue Holiday/Zion Williamson. The main assets of the trade (Lonzo, BI, and the picks) have already been picked apart as well as Kuzma who stayed.
However, there was a brief period of time where the league and subreddit were convinced that the Lakers had also forfeited about 9 M cap space in the deal. (They ended up forfeiting 5 M.) which took them out of the running of Kawhi Leonard because they no longer had a max slot, as they agreed to do the deal July 6th instead of July 30th. (Which is when the salary of the 4th pick could have been used for matching purposes.)
https://www.businessinsider.com/lakers-anthony-davis-trade-salary-cap-ramifications-free-agency-2019-6
(This article assumes AD picks up his 4.5 M trade kicker, when he didn't.)
In response, the Lakers offloaded to Washington Isaac Bonga, Jemerrio Jones, and Mo Wagner, and their cost to do so was a 2022 2nd round pick..
At that point, if I were Pelinka, I would have told Griffin to take Kuzma over Hart instead for the July 30th date. At minimum, I'm getting the cap space and the 2022 second round pick back. (There's no guarantee those three players to the Wizards stick around). At best, I'm saving either that last first (the 2024/2025 pick), or even getting second round picks from the Pelicans. New Orleans had the 39th and 57th pick heading into the draft. They also had 4 extra seconds from 2020 to 2023. (They have since added Cleveland's seconds in 2021 and 2022).
In other words: Option A: Kyle Kuzma
Option B: Josh Hart 5 M in Cap Space 2022 2nd round pick AD doesn't need to forfeit his trade kicker
Everybody really likes to pay attention to the big name players and the picks in a trade, but it's very interesting to look at the margins and see where teams try to make up ground. That Celtics-Nets trade of legend goes a lot differently if Billy King puts top 5 protections on those first round picks and swaps.
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Binance is giving away a total of 50.000 USD in SNX tokens to celebrate SNX being added to Binance Margin Trading

Binance is giving away a total of 50.000 USD in SNX tokens to celebrate SNX being added to Binance Margin Trading with 5x leverage on its BTC and USDT trading pairs. Pool is splitted into 3 different promotions:

Step by step guide

1 Only if you got no Binance Account > register for an account on Binance
Promotion A: 10% Trading Fee Discount & Exclusive Prize Pool of 10.000 USD in SNX Tokens for New Registered Users All users that register a new Binance account during the competition period and complete total trading volume (including both buys and sells) of 50 SNX or more will share an exclusive prize pool of 10,000 USD in SNX tokens.
Promotion B: Trade SNX on Binance to Win from a 25.000 USD Prize Pool of SNX Tokens! Users will be ranked based on the total SNX trading volume traded on their Binance account (including both buys and sells) across all SNX trading pairs during the competition period.
1st place: 8.000 USD in SNX tokens 2nd place: 4.000 USD in SNX tokens 3rd place: 3.000 USD in SNX tokens 4th-10th place: split 10.000 USD in SNX tokens equall
Promotion C: Trade SNX to Share a Bonus 15.000 USD in SNX Tokens! All users with a total trading volume (including both buys and sells) of 1.000 SNX or more during the competition period will equally share a prize pool of 15.000 USD in SNX tokens
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The forex market provides an excellent business opportunity. But, the tricky part is dealing with its uncertainty. You don’t get fixed margins as in other businesses. Still, everybody can make it big in the Forex market. Know more here https://wetalktrade.com/forex-trading-tips/

The forex market provides an excellent business opportunity. But, the tricky part is dealing with its uncertainty. You don’t get fixed margins as in other businesses. Still, everybody can make it big in the Forex market. Know more here https://wetalktrade.com/forex-trading-tips/ submitted by Wetalktrade to u/Wetalktrade [link] [comments]

Analysts warn of 'double edged sword' in China market rally as investors indulge in frenzied, risky trading: Analysts monitoring levels of margin trading (borrowing money from brokerages to trade). investors warned to stay away from lenders illegal financing for margin trading.

Analysts warn of 'double edged sword' in China market rally as investors indulge in frenzied, risky trading: Analysts monitoring levels of margin trading (borrowing money from brokerages to trade). investors warned to stay away from lenders illegal financing for margin trading. submitted by SE_to_NW to China_Debate [link] [comments]

Margin Trading In TOZEX

TOZEX platform will provide for lenders and traders to get maximum out of the trading process by proposing them to open a position with up to 2x to 10x leverage. The lending amount is provided in two ways: either the borrower places the amount of fund needed with the duration and rate of one’s choice or let the TOZEX system take out funds for the user at the most efficient rate at that opportune time once the user opens a position for trade.
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Uh... Ok, So I am new, trading in a practice portfolio on Wallstreet survivor. Why is my margin -? I have shorted three TSLA stocks, but why is my margin negative?

I started with 100k, I now have 99,990 (from the fees), and my Margin is -332,335. Why?
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Day trading on Margin Account. Any potential issues in the longer run with the tax dept?

Hi,
Sorry if this is a noob question but I read all possible resources online/personal finance sites but could not get a satisfactory answer.
I have been doing some day trading on my margin account for over a year now. Not every day but few trades in a week or sometimes even just a few trades in a month. I have made some nominal profits.
I reported capital gains in my returns (took the help of a CPA in calculating the ACB value and calculation of taxes on capital gains). It was nominal.
My question is if I continue to do day trading and maybe increase the frequency of trades, can it create issues for me in the future with the tax dept? I will make sure to report all capital gains correctly. Will a large number of trades attract any undue attention. I trade a few thousand in day trading ~15k CAD at a time.
Can the CRA raise any objection seeing the volume of day trading? I believe mine is still very small to more experienced traders/professional. But just wanted to make sure that these small gains do not unnecessarily result in issues in the longer run.
And yes. I do not day trade on TFSA/RRSP accounts. Only the margin account.
I would be very grateful if the more experienced folks on this amazing subreddit share their opinion/advice!
Thanks a ton!
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Does anyone know if you hold BNB you also get discount in fees for futures trading or it’s just for spot and margin only?

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[Business] - China Securities Regulatory Commission warns investors about illegally financed margin trading amid run-up in markets

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[Business] - China Securities Regulatory Commission warns investors about illegally financed margin trading amid run-up in markets | South China Morning Post

[Business] - China Securities Regulatory Commission warns investors about illegally financed margin trading amid run-up in markets | South China Morning Post submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]

"So you willingly gave the exchange Bitcoin for others to use in margin trading?"

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@binance: RT @binance: $50,000 in #BNB to be won! 🏆 🔸 Margin trade #DeFi tokens on #Binance to enter 🔸 Zero interest rate

@binance: RT @binance: $50,000 in #BNB to be won! 🏆 🔸 Margin trade #DeFi tokens on #Binance to enter 🔸 Zero interest rate submitted by rulesforrebels to BinanceTrading [link] [comments]

Wanted to margin my USDT into a crypto but doesn’t show balance in isolated margin trade

Hi everyone, I’m new to this binance margin trading. I opened up an account to leverage my USDT Into a token and found the pairing under isolated margin. I borrowed some money but it still says I have a balance of 0 in my Margin wallet. Why is that? How do I margin it?
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9 Tips for Trading on Margin Trading 101: What is a Margin Account? - YouTube FOREX Leverage and Margin for beginners. - YouTube Margin Trading 101: How It Works - YouTube Lesson 10: All about margin and leverage in forex trading ...

Margin trading is a term that is a concept that allows traders to invest using borrowed money. The best way to explain margin trading is to use an example. Assume that you had $10,000 and you want to invest in Amazon stock that is trading at $1,800. In this situation, you can use your $10,000 to buy 5.5 shares. Here’s an in-depth look at how margin trading works and why borrowing money to invest isn’t worth the risk. A margin account is a brokerage account in which the broker lends the customer cash to purchase assets. When trading on margin, gains and losses are magnified. more. Debit Balance. Margin trading is a double-edged sword - it cuts both ways. If the stock price rises , the investor makes twice as much profit as with his own cash only. Similarly, if the stock price falls, the investor loses twice the amount. Most cryptocurrency exchanges provide an oppotunity for margin trading. What is margin trading? We are going explain the concept.

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9 Tips for Trading on Margin

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