Margin trading refers to the practice of magnifying your actual funds by borrowing assets. It is required that you should return the borrowed assets within a specified period and pay the borrowing interest. Margin trading not only allows you to magnify gains with fewer funds, but can also saddle you with amplified losses when the market moves against you. Therefore, we strongly advise entry-level users not to use highly leveraged trading to avoid forced liquidation or even bankruptcy.
How to lower the forced liquidation risk?
1. Adjust your leverage and positions reasonably.
2. Set TP/SL in advance to close your positions.
3. Add margin on your positions in time when you receive an email risk reminder, and make sure the risk rate is above 110%.
4. Maintain a high risk rate to avoid liquidation by market fluctuation.