Good,day, I'm wondering a bit about leveraged trading. I think it sounds like a sweet deal, if you have a profitable strategy and good money management rules that you stick to. Say I have 10 000 risk capital that i want to leverage 5:1, which gives me 50 000. My money management rules says risk only 2% in every trade, which on the leveraged capital is $1000. Does this mean that 10% of my unleveraged capital is at risk per every trade? My money management rules also say that I need to place a stop loss that is 10% away from the entry price on every trade. On a trade where I risk 2% or $1000, according to my money management rules, I will get stopped out if the trade goes against me 10%, and thereby would lose $100 per trade that goes against me. Does all of this mean that for me to wipe out my whole account of $10 000 unleveraged it would take 10 losses in a row where the whole posisiton is lost. Or 100 losses in a row where I get stopped out. I'm not sure If my calculations are correct. 10 losses in a row has not occured during backtesting my strategy. 10 losing trades in a row, where I would not get stopped out and thus lose the entire position is not that likely I think. I don't know, I must be missing something.