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It means a fifth decimal place is often quoted. If the price of the EUR/USD moves from 1.08085 to 1.08095, that is one pip of movement. If the price moves from 1.08085 to 1.08090, then it only moved half a pip. There are 10 fractional pips to a whole pip

For example, if the EUR/USD forex pair moves from 1.1608 to 1.1609, that is one pip of movement.

For forex pairs that contain the JPY, one pip of movement occurs at the second decimal place. If the USD/JPY moves from 109.16 to 109.15, that is one pip of movement.

For example, daily average volatility at the time of writing is 100 pips per day. The average daily movement could increase to 130 pip per day, which means each hour is likely to see slightly higher pip movement. Or average daily movement could drop to 75 pips per day.

To get the value of one pip in a currency pair, an investor has to divide one pip in decimal form (i.e., 0.0001) by the current exchange rate, and then multiply that number by the notional amount of the trade

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                   Trade 1 – GBP/JPY            Trade 2 – EUR/USD         Trade 3 – EUR/AUD   
                   Long entry at 172.50           Short entry at 1.3491          Long entry    at 1.4058
                   Exit at 172.87                      Exit at 1.3191                     Exit at 1.3058
                   Profit/loss = +20 pips          Profit/Loss = +151 pips       Profit/Loss = +29 pips
                                        Trade 4 – GBP/USD           Trade 5 – USD/CAD
                                         Long entry at 1.6077           Short entry at 1.0863
                                         Exit at 1.6007                      Exit at 1.0830
                                         Profit/Loss = +49 pips         Profit/Loss = +34 pips

You may have noticed that in all the examples above, the pip is either in the fourth or second decimal place. For example, on EUR/USD the pip is the fourth decimal, on GBP/JPY the pip is the second decimal. The fourth and second decimal place are the standard in Forex. Virtually every pair you trade will have the pip as either the fourth or second decimal.


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