**How to use Margin to magnify gains if you think the price will go up?**Take BCH/USDT for instance:

1. Supposing up to 4X leverage is available for BCH/USDT market, and you think the price of BCH will go up

2. The current price of BCH is 200 USDT

3. You have 1,000 USDT in your account balance, and then you have MAX. 3,000 USDT available to borrow.

4. Use 4,000 USDT (the principles+borrowed coins) to buy 20 BCH at the price of 200 USDT

5. Sell 20 BCH at the price of 300 USDT, making a profit of 6,000 USDT for repayment.

Your profits: Gained USDT upon delivery - Borrowed USDT - Original assets

= 6,000 USDT-3,000 USDT-1,000 USDT=2,000 USDT

Note: In order to simplify the calculation of the above process, the calculation of the borrowing fee is omitted.

**How to use margin to magnify gains if you think the price will go down?**Take BCH/USDT for instance:

1. Supposing up to 4X leverage is available for BCH/USDT market, and you think the price of BCH will go down

2. The current price of BCH is 200 USDT

3. You have 5 BCH（equivalent to 1,000 USDT）in your account balance, and then you have MAX. 15 BCH available to borrow.

4. With these assets, you can sell 20 BCH (the principles+borrowed coins) at the price of 200 USDT with a total of 4,000 USDT

5. Use 1,500 USDT to buy 15 BCH at the price of 100 USDT, making profits for repayment.

Your profits: Gained USDT upon delivery - Borrowed USDT - Original assets

= 4,000 USDT-1,500 USDT-1,000 USDT=1,500 USDT

Note: In order to simplify the calculation of the above process, the calculation of the borrowing fee is omitted.

**Risks**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.

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