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AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  847 posts AniLorak Jan 03 at 14:19
ForexViking69 posted:
I calculate stop losses visually as per beginning of this thread, dependant on pairs I’ve learned how much to leverage and lot size. You can get an estimate for how much pairs like to move visually like on EURUSD where the markets can fluctuate like a yo-yo. I came to my estimates through trial and error when first starting :)


That’s great; by the way, what’s your trading style? Short-term or long term?

Jonny87

Member Since Aug 07, 2017  24 posts Jonny87 Jan 14 at 07:42
Stop loss is very important. Because there is no trader who want to loss his capital much. Stop loss limits the loss. Every traders want to secure their capital. By using of stop loss a trader can trade in the forex market without any tension. I am also a trader. I am currently trading with Tpglobalfx. I always use stop loss while I am trading in the market.

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