Pip value calculator will help you calculate the value of a pip in the currency you want to trade in. This information is crucial in determining if a trade is worth the risk and managing said risk appropriately.
This calculator will help calculate the Fibonacci retracements and extensions based on price points. This is a popular tool among traders to identify support and resistance levels and place stop-loss orders or target prices. Simply put, Fibonacci is primarily used to measure how far a market has retracted its primary move.
A pivot point calculator is used mostly when trading commodities and shares. It is based on the High, Low and Closing prices of previous sessions. You can use it to plan your support and resistance points for current or upcoming sessions. Traders often use this tool to plan their entry and exit points for both take profit and stop-loss.
The profit and loss calculator is used to determine the price level you should use for Taking Profit/Stop Loss orders, how many pips are in each one, and the value of each pip. To use our calculator, select the currency pair you are trading, enter your account currency, position size, and the opening price. Select long or short for your trade, and then enter the amount of money you are willing to risk before this trade closes.