The profit from a business venture that includes interest income, as well as any change due to asset price fluctuations, taken over a certain time frame that is often annualized. The total return from a Forex Trading business can be increased due to leverage, and is usually computed from the net profit remaining in a trader's account after commissions and fees have been deducted, less equipment costs and other associated business expenses like finance costs or investor payouts.
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