Thanks, that's plenty to prove myself right.
First of all, let me prove what I wrote was highly accurate. Here are some popular links that show that:
DailyFX - Understanding Forex Trade Sizes | DailyFX
About Forex Trading - Choosing a Lot Size - Forex Trading Lot Sizes
And yours one and truly, Babypips - What is a Lot in Forex?
In the above Babypips link, keep in mind both the lot column and the number of units because that will come up again.
Now go to your broker's site. Click on Trading and then go to Account Types. You will notice a micro account and a standard account. If you were trading a standard account, here are your numbers:
1.00 = 1 standard lot (100,000 units) = $10/pip
0.10 = 1 mini lot (10,000 units) = $1/pip
0.01 = 1 micro lot (1,000 units) = $0.10/pip
But your account is small, therefore you fall under the other category of a micro account and your broker has a different way of doing the numbering.
100.00 = 1 mini lot (10,000 units) = $1/pip
10.00 = 1 micro lot (1,000 units) = $0.10/pip
Ahh, but your broker offers nano lot sizing, 1.00 = 1 nano lot (100 units) = $0.01/pip
Here is a link that shows you exactly what your contract sizes are on each pair in regards to typing in 1.00 for your position size to confirm exactly what I said: How to find the contract size in MetaTrader 4 | tradimo
I can't see the exact numbers clear enough to see your entry and exit point since it's so blurry, otherwise I could confirm this myself.
So if anything, those first 3 links prove that I was completely right like I said all along. I hope you have learned not to blindly throw false accusations out and instead, ask nicely why I may not be wrong. Traders like me, we'll be trading circles around you for the next few years, that is, if you last that long. So be more open and committed, maybe you'll pick up a few things here and there.
Something completely irrelevant to above that you should also keep note of is that pip value changes depending on the currency you are trading in regards to the base currency and counter currency. Here is a link from ufxmarkets.com that show how to calculate pip values: Calculating Pip Value | Forex School - Novice
Here is a link to a Babypips calculator to figure out pip value: Pip Calculator: Free Online Forex Pips Calculation Tool for Traders
And here's a link to Google: https://www.google.com/
Now you have everything you need to figure things out. Don't expect anymore free lunch because there won't be none and you'll be left hanging, you will get skinned, and you won't last long.