The worth of a single pip in forex trading is one of the most important concepts to understand when it comes to foreign exchange. A pip is the smallest unit of price movement for any currency pair and is typically equal to one basis point, or 0.0001. It can also be measured in terms of the quote or counter currency. For example, if the EURUSD moves from 1.1250 to 1.1251, that would be a one-pip move.

When it comes to computing the worth of a single pip in forex trading, there are two main methods: calculating the value per pip and calculating the dollar value per pip (or “dollar-based”).

The first method involves multiplying your position size by 0.0001 and then dividing by your exchange rate (for example, if you have a position size of 10 lots at an exchange rate of 1.3000, you would multiply 10 x 0.0001 = 0.001 and then divide by 1.3000 = 0.000769). This will give you the value per pip for your position size in terms of base currency (in this case Euros).

The second method involves multiplying your position size by 0.0001 and then multiplying by your exchange rate (for example, if you have a position size of 10 lots at an exchange rate of 1.3000, you would multiply 10 x 0.0001 = 0.001 and then multiply by 1.3000 = \$0.0013). This will give you the dollar value per pip for your position size in terms of quote currency (in this case US Dollars).

It’s important to note that both methods assume that all positions are opened at market price; if they are not opened at market price, then additional calculations may need to be made in order to determine the true worth per pip for each individual trade based on its entry price versus its exit price after it has been closed out or reversed out due to changing market conditions or other factors beyond control such as news events, etc.

Knowing how much each individual trade costs can help traders better manage their risk when trading forex markets as well as help them understand how much they stand to gain or lose from each individual trade depending on their entry/exit prices compared with current market prices — something which can be extremely helpful when trying to make informed decisions about where best allocate capital resources when trading foreign currencies!