BAQRON employs a maintenance margin model supported by advanced risk management systems and liquidation models to facilitate high-leverage trading. The maximum available leverage varies depending on the notional value of the position. As the position size increases, leverage decreases. Leverage can be adjusted. All position sizes are calculated based on the notional principal (in USDT) of the contract, according to the trader's needs. Therefore, the initial margin is determined by the selected leverage.
Traders must first select the leverage before opening a position (meeting initial margin requirements). Higher leverage means less notional principal available to traders, while lower leverage allows for a larger notional principal to be traded.
- If you have an open position in isolated margin mode, you cannot reduce your leverage.
- In Cross Margin mode, the margin can only be shared between assets of the same type. For example, in Cross Margin mode, all USDT in your trading account can be used for all USDT margin contracts.
- The maximum position limit for each tier includes both long and short positions.