I am not currently trading with max leverage but as i continue to have more winners than losers per week i was curious to calculate what a person could make realistically although with still a good amount of risk using 400:1 leverage. Of course it would be completely stupid to max leverage your entire account. If a person has confidence they can make positive percentages every week than I thought a good percentage of your account to trade max leverage in would be around 41% if you can control your wins and losses. This means if you have 1,000 with max leverage than you should have around 2500 in the account. I also think the stop should be around .001%. Whether you have 1,000 or 1 million fully leveraged if you have 6 continuous losses of .001% or more you break your account. Yes a small figure but that is where i think the stop should be at. Let's say with that 1,000 max leverage which is 400:1 you make 2 losing trades and 3 winning trades a week. If you stop out the losers at .001% and sell or buy back the winners at .001% then you would make $400 in one week and 20,000 anually. 2 losers and 3 winners a week continued- $2,000 is $41,000 annually. $4,000 $83,000 annually. $8,000 $166,000 annually. $16,000 is $332,000 annually. $32,000 is $664,000 annually. $64,000 is $1,328,000 annually. The idea is that if you can even make the smallest percentages return per week in the forex you can make a lot of money if you can stomach the leverage. Any thoughts?