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Stop loss is a killer if

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  137 posts Michihito Nov 04 at 11:10
Stop loss is a killer if you do not use it properly. You should risk reward ratio of your strategy. In ranging market it seems price comes back again. But if the market trend for long and if you against the trend you will eventually get the margin call.


Member Since Jul 20, 2020  161 posts EbonyJones Nov 14 at 12:36
Yes. Without proper knowledge about stop loss, you can not use it. It will become a dangerous thing if you have no knowledge about it.


Member Since May 10, 2018  71 posts TR4DEX Nov 16 at 11:50
Stop loss is a killer if... it is one pip away from your entry. lollollol


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  225 posts GeorgeBischof Nov 21 at 18:18
I think stop loss is very effective for new traders to control their losses.


Member Since Jul 23, 2020  147 posts SofieAndreasen Nov 22 at 17:27
Many traders lose opportunity to make profit from potential trade due to wrong SL placement. Support and resistance level are important regrading SL placement.


Member Since Nov 07, 2020  10 posts Harshalmark09 Yesterday at 04:33
I know that stop loss is very important in trading. But if you don’t have any knowledge about it, it can be very harmful.

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