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stoploss guide for traders who are not sure, how to calculate stoploss.
traders may add X factor to the percentage ( if traders not so happy with the
percentage ).
http://www.mediafire.com/view/ab193rcfeq...spread.pdf
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#2
Good document, I am really not that much into that lately, but here are few more links https://www.investopedia.com/articles/st...p-loss.asp and https://www.tradingwithrayner.com/stop-loss-order/ and like https://www.tradeciety.com/advanced-stop-loss-guide/
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#3
Stop loss is a good tool for beginners. I do not use stop loss. More precisely, I do not always use stop loss. Sometimes I close a deal myself, and sometimes a deal is open for a long time, sometimes I set a stop loss.
Unfortunately, when the stop loss is closed, the trader still loses money.
We can say that thanks to stop loss, the trader is more consciously trading. However, I want to move away from stop loss over time.
And slippage happens. You set a stop loss of one amount, and lost much more due to slippage. This also needs to be considered and not forgotten.
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#4
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