# NAS100 Pip Calculator – NASDAQ Pip Calculator For MetaTrader

To calculate the number of pips on NAS100 or NASDAQ, it’s crucial to understand that a 0.1 difference in price typically represents one pip on the Metatrader platform for many CFD brokers. For instance, if the NAS100 price advances from 11750.00 to 11750.10, that signifies a one pip difference for NAS100. If you add 25 pips to a 11750.00 NAS100 price, the result would be 11752.50.

In the MT4 platform, the value of a pip varies depending on the lot size you choose to trade for the NAS100. When trading a standard lot size, which is typically 100,000 units of the base currency, a single pip movement in the NAS100 corresponds to a \$0.1 change in value.

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If you choose to trade a mini lot size, which is 10,000 units, the value of a pip is reduced tenfold to \$0.01. Meanwhile, trading a micro lot size, equivalent to 1,000 units, means that the value of a pip is even smaller, at \$0.001. It’s crucial for traders to understand these pip values as they directly impact potential profit or loss, depending on the size of the trade and the magnitude of price movement.

Example:

One micro lot: 11500.55 – 11495.55 = 50 pips. So if the price rises 50 pips and your lot size is one micro lot, it is \$0.05.

One mini lot: 11500.55 – 11493.35 = 70 pips. So if the price rises 70 pips and your lot size is one mini lot, it is \$0.7.

One lot: 11500.55 – 11493.24 = 71 pips. So if the price rises 71 pips and your lot size is one lot, it is \$7.1.

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