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How do u react, the moment your trades hits stoploss?
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paulng

Member Since Aug 13, 2010  43 posts Paul Ng (paulng) Feb 29 2012 at 16:38
Accept the loss and plan the next trade. One trade doesn't make a trader, but one stubborn trade can blow a whole account, bring down a bank or company.

"The first rule of forecasting should be that the unforeseen keeps making the future unforeseeable." - David McCasland (January 5,2012, Our Daily Bread)
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