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7 Benefits of using stoplosses
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Kazile

会員 Apr 25, 2020  76 件の投稿 Kazile May 19 at 07:45
We can say for sure that there are definitely advantages in using stop loss.

TraderProHungary

会員 Jan 06, 2020  83 件の投稿 FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 20 at 19:21
Using stoplosses have made me a very good and profiting trader as it's revolve and made up my money management.

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TraderProHungary

会員 Jan 06, 2020  83 件の投稿 FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 22 at 15:27
Kazile posted:
We can say for sure that there are definitely advantages in using stop loss.

It's the best tool for Good Money Management.

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Dictiony

会員 Apr 01, 2020  130 件の投稿 Dictiony Jul 14 at 00:22
Stop-loss is useful tool for almost all currency trading strategies as it can be attached to both long and short trade positions. No matter how closely one might try to monitor the market, it is impossible to accurately predict Forex market movements.

togr

会員 Feb 22, 2011  4836 件の投稿 vontogr (togr) Jul 14 at 07:09
TraderProHungary posted:
1; It allows you to grow your profits by gradually without everything you earn, e.g. If you make profits if let's say $500 you can risked $50 from it to chase more profits by using stoploss to that effect.
2; It allows you to control and check your drawdown to minimum, personally I hate d rawdowns above 20%, so i avoid it at all cost by planning my trades with stoplosses well placed.

3: It allows you to have a very good money management.

4; With stoplosses well placed, you can always control your emotions of not letting floatings of huge negative openings.
5; You don't have to worry about spikes, as your accounts are protected by it.

6; You can always plan and know how much you stand to loss if things goes opposit, and if you are not kind traders that stays full staring on their trading computers all day.
7: This is my favourite part, Stoploss can actually allow you to risk very little and gain more if only you are a patient trader and always plan well. E.g When you have $1k, You can risk $50 and target to earn $250 and above or Risk $100 and target 500 and above.

Questions are welcomed



Well everything you have described would lead only to one outcome,
trades would be closed prematurelly as loss on stop loss
if you let them grow instead they could become profitable on long run.

As you don't have any account and I have many my opinion is based on real experience, while yours is just an theory.

Fernando9

会員 Jul 04, 2020  16 件の投稿 Fernando9 Jul 14 at 08:43
TraderProHungary posted:
Kazile posted:
We can say for sure that there are definitely advantages in using stop loss.

It's the best tool for Good Money Management.

Indeed it is one of the best tools

Gracewilson1995

会員 Jan 11, 2019  73 件の投稿 Gracewilson1995 Jul 14 at 11:32
Stop Loss advantages
Offers protection from excessive losses
Enables better control of your account
Helps monitor multiple deals
Executed automatically, at any time
Easy to implement
Allows you to decide what amount you are willing to risk

togr

会員 Feb 22, 2011  4836 件の投稿 vontogr (togr) Jul 14 at 11:42
Gracewilson1995 posted:
Stop Loss advantages
Offers protection from excessive losses
Enables better control of your account
Helps monitor multiple deals
Executed automatically, at any time
Easy to implement
Allows you to decide what amount you are willing to risk


That ...Executed automatically, at any time... is actually not true
When Swiss bank removed the peg SL were simply not executed by broker as they lack liquidity

redkabin

会員 May 16, 2020  5 件の投稿 RedKabin (redkabin) Jul 14 at 17:49
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


only 20% DD? god christ i must be some level of reckless.

Warren Buffet is an over-rated swamp snake
LyudmilLukanov

会員 Jul 23, 2020  119 件の投稿 LyudmilLukanov Aug 24 at 21:24
TraderProHungary posted:
1; It allows you to grow your profits by gradually without everything you earn, e.g. If you make profits if let's say $500 you can risked $50 from it to chase more profits by using stoploss to that effect.
2; It allows you to control and check your drawdown to minimum, personally I hate d rawdowns above 20%, so i avoid it at all cost by planning my trades with stoplosses well placed.

3: It allows you to have a very good money management.

4; With stoplosses well placed, you can always control your emotions of not letting floatings of huge negative openings.
5; You don't have to worry about spikes, as your accounts are protected by it.

6; You can always plan and know how much you stand to loss if things goes opposit, and if you are not kind traders that stays full staring on their trading computers all day.
7: This is my favourite part, Stoploss can actually allow you to risk very little and gain more if only you are a patient trader and always plan well. E.g When you have $1k, You can risk $50 and target to earn $250 and above or Risk $100 and target 500 and above.

Questions are welcomed


Thanks. That’s a helpful post. I prefer to use trailing stop loss which help me to reduce loss significantly.

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