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7 Benefits of using stoplosses
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hi4all

Miembro desde Nov 19, 2017  4 mensajes Hicham Nejjahi (hi4all) May 11 at 13:22
wirymace posted:
hi4all posted:
Personally I never trade with stop lose, and not encouraging anyone to follow me, I have my own strategy which works for the past 3 years, what I liked about your post and I agree 100% is the drawdown, I hate seeing my drawdown more than 20%, and one of my accounts I was happy with, its drawdown was below 2% for few months


So do you effectively use a stop loss based on draw down of your account rather than pips?

never use a stop loss but open a trade instead, I am using automated trading

hicham@
nikosk0

Miembro desde Dec 18, 2019  27 mensajes nikosk0 May 11 at 15:02
that's advice for people to loose so the few ones can win. a stop loss invalidates the idea, means you're wrong. on to the next one

i am currently short on NU, if this thing breaks out how much time will it take for it to come back to my entry?
https://prntscr.com/serhdh

I'll tell you
https://prntscr.com/serhno

a decade if i am lucky


everything is possible, put the effort and do it, dont let anyone discourage you
Kuoppis

Miembro desde Apr 28, 2020  6 mensajes Kuoppis May 11 at 19:32
hi4all posted:
wirymace posted:
hi4all posted:
Personally I never trade with stop lose, and not encouraging anyone to follow me, I have my own strategy which works for the past 3 years, what I liked about your post and I agree 100% is the drawdown, I hate seeing my drawdown more than 20%, and one of my accounts I was happy with, its drawdown was below 2% for few months


So do you effectively use a stop loss based on draw down of your account rather than pips?

never use a stop loss but open a trade instead, I am using automated trading


There are stops and stops, loong stops, short stops, mental stops, some amazing automated trade mangers that use stops,

I used stops today below last weeks low, had to be a way a lot from screen, even for demo but decided so much risk is worth and coldly walked away, none stopped out the few hours it took me to realize it is not my day and closed all at once, kind of a stop also, I am bad with traditional set and dont move stops, mainly lock in profit with them, probably something I should Un-learn , automation helps some at least me.

I like what Hicham Nejjahi is doing, I need to do the 'always in' manually, newer had the guts to do it

TraderProHungary

Miembro desde Jan 06, 2020  83 mensajes FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 11 at 22:07
nikosk0 posted:
that's advice for people to loose so the few ones can win. a stop loss invalidates the idea, means you're wrong. on to the next one

i am currently short on NU, if this thing breaks out how much time will it take for it to come back to my entry?
https://prntscr.com/serhdh

I'll tell you
https://prntscr.com/serhno

a decade if i am lucky



What are you saying as I don't get you.

Market Direction
nikosk0

Miembro desde Dec 18, 2019  27 mensajes nikosk0 May 12 at 06:11
TraderProHungary posted:
nikosk0 posted:
that's advice for people to loose so the few ones can win. a stop loss invalidates the idea, means you're wrong. on to the next one

i am currently short on NU, if this thing breaks out how much time will it take for it to come back to my entry?
https://prntscr.com/serhdh

I'll tell you
https://prntscr.com/serhno

a decade if i am lucky



What are you saying as I don't get you.


i was saying that i had a 4hr timeframe short on nzdusd
if that thing would break up there is no way it would return to my entry in less than 10 years. (look at the monthly chart)

so the use of stop loss for me is essential.

everything is possible, put the effort and do it, dont let anyone discourage you
jordonjamesson

Miembro desde Feb 13, 2020  22 mensajes jordonjamesson May 13 at 16:24
You should not consider trading without stop loss. Stop loss is an essential and vital element of successful and healthy trading. I know some people that were arrogant enough to trade without stop loss and I saw regret and wanting to get back in time in their eyes. So please, be smart and use stop loss.

protrader69120

Miembro desde Mar 03, 2020  21 mensajes protrader69120 May 15 at 16:06
7 benefits? There is just 1 benefit - you won't lose your whole capital! Or it's not enough for you? :)

TraderProHungary

Miembro desde Jan 06, 2020  83 mensajes FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 16 at 08:16
protrader69120 posted:
7 benefits? There is just 1 benefit - you won't lose your whole capital! Or it's not enough for you? :)

Those are the benefits from my 12 years of trading I singled out.

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Raushelle

Miembro desde May 15, 2020  19 mensajes Raushelle May 18 at 08:30
protrader69120 posted:
7 benefits? There is just 1 benefit - you won't lose your whole capital! Or it's not enough for you? :)

I agree. That is one enough reason to use SL while trading

strangermare

Miembro desde May 18, 2020  6 mensajes strangermare May 18 at 12:17
You can still lose all your capital but it will take longer using SL. Trader need money management to better trade

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