There are several key tools that help you manage risk on your trades, but it is important for traders to have an understanding of the key elements to calculating the amount being risked on each trade. It is also important to understand that margin and trade risk are two different elements.

The risk/reward ratio is used by traders to assess the expected return and the risk of a trade.

For example, if a trader buys GBP/USD at 1.4000 and places his stop-loss order at 1.3950 and his take profit at 1.4100, he’s risking 50 pips for a potential profit of 100 pips.

The risk/reward ratio is therefore 100/50 = 2.

A risk-reward ratio of 2:1 statistically provides a trader with a greater likelihood of being profitable in the long term.

you must calculate the value of each pip and determine the lot size according to your profit target and stop-loss levels.

what affects your trade risk
Understanding risks associated with your positions and implementing tools to effectively manage this risk are key components of trading financial markets.

attached to open or pending orders and come in a variety of forms depending on the market and the current conditions. A standard stop loss order will close out an open position when the market has traded at the price level.

Position Sizing
used to calculate how much the trade gains or risks per pip movement. determine the risk on the position by calculating the difference between their entry price and the stop loss level. Stops are placed in positions based on a number of factors, these may include risking a certain amount of funds based on your account value and/or placing a stop.

Pip Calculation
how much per pip a position will gain or lose, a trader needs to understand what size constitutes a pip movement.

Risk Calculator — calculates the risk in form of a potential maximum loss that can be induced by the currently open positions and the active pending orders, will help you define the proper amount of shares to buy or sell in order to maximize your return and limit your risk.

Risk value is calculated for each trading instrument separately. For example, if you buy AUD/USD and sell NZD/USD, the indicator will calculate the risk of each position separately.
For example, if you go long EUR/USD, long AUD/USD, long GBP /USD
the Risk Calculator will treat those positions as three separate trades with their own risks.

Here is an example of how to trade risk with  indicator :

Risk / Reward Calculator
Risk / Reward Calculator
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