Dynamic leverage is only available on a Mini Account with ThinkMarkets.

Dynamic leverage is the automatic adjustment of leverage based on the number of lots a trader has opened on a particular product. As more lots are opened by the trader on that product, the leverage will automatically decrease based on tiers. The reverse also applies, once a trader decreases their position size in that product they can see their leverage increase.

Margin Requirements are set per product such as FX Majors, Metals etc, and automatically change in the case where the number of open lots increases or decreased above or below the set leverage tiers.

The amount of leverage is pre-set, for example when trading EURUSD, the first two leverage tiers on a Mini Account might be 0-1 lot 1:2000 leverage, then 1-5 lots 1:1000 leverage. That means if a trader opened 5 lots of EURUSD, the first 1 lot would be 1:2000 leverage then the other 4 would be at 1:1000 leverage. Overall, their trading account leverage on EURUSD would be 1:1200 which is the average of their open lots/leverage.

The trader, regardless of trade size gets to benefit from accessing 1:2000 leverage. The first 1 lot in this example on EURUSD traded on a Mini account is 1:2000 leverage.

Note: ThinkMarkets reserves the right to adjust dynamic leverage and lots per tier, typically based on market conditions, but it can also occur:

- When your equity changes across any of your accounts
- 30 minutes prior to, during and up to 15 minutes after the release of important news
- 3 hours before and 1 hour after weekend market closure and market breaks

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