FXI Profit Calculator

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Profit Calculator

Calculate how much you could potentially gain from your trading

Before you open a position, you need to know exactly how much you could gain or lose depending on the outcome of the trade. Our profit calculator is a simple, free tool designed to help you do just that.

Calculate your potential profits and losses now

Profit Calculator
$100
Main Currencies
INSTRUMENT
RATE
AUDUSD
0.71216
CHFJPY
141.775
EURCHF
0.9655
EURGBP
0.84501
EURJPY
136.896
EURUSD
1.0256
GBPCHF
1.14231
GBPJPY
161.984
GBPUSD
1.21354
USDCAD
1.27716
USDCHF
0.94136
USDJPY
133.482
XAGUSD
20.813
XAUUSD
1801.89

How does the calculator work?

To understand the potential profit or loss of a trade, start by selecting the currency pair of your choice and decide if you’re buying or selling.

Once you’ve set the open and close price, you can then choose the currency in which you’d like to understand your potential profit.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Check out your account window on your trading platform. Daily profits and losses are calculated on all positions you have in the right time zone for each instrument. Give us a shout if this isn’t clear.

Have a peek at our handy calculator above. Just choose your currency pair and imagine if you’re buying or selling. Once you’ve decided on the open and close price, select the currency in which you’d like to understand your potential profits.

Profit/loss can be calculated as follows:
  • (Close Price - Open Price) * Volume of Trade * Contract Size (Gold contract size is 100)
  • This will result in quote currency and respectively will be converted to account currency.

  • Profit/loss can be calculated as follows:
    (Close Price - Open Price) * Volume of Trade * Contract Size (Currency pairs contract size is 100 000)
    This will result in quote currency and respectively will be converted to account currency.

    A pip is the measure of change in a currency pair in the FX market. It’s the smallest unit of measurement by which a currency quote can change. Most currency pairs have a standard pip value of 0.0001 and are measured to five decimal places. You can learn more about the difference in value of a pip by currency with our handy calculator.