Lots, it is truncated.25 to prevent it rounding.26. example: 40pip stop loss with one entry @ 40pips (100) and second entry at 20 pips from the SL (50). 5) enter the stoploss in pips 6) determine if you want to leg into a trade a) specify risk allocated to each leg. Entry at the full distance would be 100. B) specify how far away each leg is from the Stop Loss as a percentage of the Total Stop Loss. 3) enter the current exchange rate for 7 pairs needed to calculate the Pip Value in USD. That is beyond me at the moment.
Won't be exact unless you can program in a feed from alveo or another source. I have been trying to more effeciently calculate my lot size for a trade based on two factors. hopefully it isn't two confusing. Disclaimer: This is not investment advice. (note this will get us in the ballpark to calculate the Pip Value. If a big move happens, you can always update the current value.) 4) Setup which pairs you want to quickly track lot sizes. my first posting of this sort. I am fairly new to Apiary, Don't know if this will be of any use to anyone but. Also shows the total risk, total lots, for all legs. 2) Select the Risk in of account value. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
1).5 of my account size, 2) the number of pips to the stop loss. I created a spread sheet that helps me, thought I would share. Look at the speadsheet for an example.