SL standing based on the support/resistance levels is a nice option. The distance depends on the market volatility. Btw, my opinion: SL is using only for your patience. SL is a psyhological tool but is not a part of trading strategy.
Mohammadi posted: Stop loss is very much important tool; but I don’t have any fixed number with this tool. In my live trading, I always set my SL based on the distance between support & resistant levels.
You are with a perfect plan; having a fixed SL target is meaningless since, we traders need to set the SL according to the market context; not anything else.
A stop loss is very important for fund security. A stop-loss order is developed to reduce a trader's loss on a position in a security. A stop-loss order eliminates emotions that can impact trading decisions.
frankmartin1 posted: A stop loss is very important for fund security. A stop-loss order is developed to reduce a trader's loss on a position in a security. A stop-loss order eliminates emotions that can impact trading decisions.
No doubt on the value of SL; but we traders need to set the SL according to the market’s situations instead of our own choice! That’s the Moto of SL.
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