by , 22 July 2021

“In the last short AUD/USD Forex trade Pickpocket Trader sent out, how do I calculate how many pips I can bank if the trade goes in my favour?”

A. When it comes to the AUD/USD (Australian dollar versus the US dollar) the magic number for calculating pips is…

10,000

I’ll get back to this in a second.

Market: AUD/USD
Type: Short (Sell)
Entry: 0.7740
Take profit: 0.7630

Here’s how to calculate the number of pips between the entry and take profit price.

= (Entry price – Take profit price) X 10,000
= (0.7740 – 0.7630) X 10,000
= 110 pips.

We need to remember that each pip movement for the AUD/USD is the fourth decimal point. 0.0001.

If we multiply that by 10,000 you get 1 pip (0.0001 X 10,000).

And if we multiply the difference between the take profit and entry price of the above trade, we will get 110 pips movements.

That’s how many pips you can expect to bank, should the trade hit your take profit level.

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I have a quick checklist, that can determine whether trading is for you or not.

Write down yes or no to see how many you get.

1. Do you enjoy looking and analysing charts?

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