stop-loss order

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Noun1.stop-loss order - an order to a broker to sell (buy) when the price of a security falls (rises) to a designated level
purchase order, order - a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities; "IBM received an order for a hundred computers"
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While slightly more complicated, portfolio insurance amounted to placing a stop loss order on a portfolio such that computers would dump stocks because shares had declined by a preset amount.
When a client isn't using a Guaranteed Stop, they can then use a normal Stop Loss order to protect their downside and there is no charge even if the Stop Loss is triggered.
Once a stop loss order is triggered, your trade will be closed at the next available price.
This feature performs like a brilliantly and dynamically crafted Stop Loss Order.
AlgoStop is designed to be placed as an intelligent stop loss order, covering positions in a manner that will prevent stop losses from being executed until necessary, while AlgoMid maximizes queue position on midpoint orders by leveraging low latency infrastructure to place orders at the earliest possible opportunity.
Bridgestone Global Partners has innovative electronic trading software which provides all types of traders with access to highly developed risk management programs and sophisticated trading tools, which also features exceptional trailing stop-works like an intelligent and active stop loss order.
4000 at the market and places a stop loss order at 1.
A stop loss order is considered an ideal tool to restrict your potential losses.
The FG Solutions International has innovative electronic trading software which provides all types of traders with access to highly developed risk management programs and sophisticated trading tools, which also features exceptional trailing stop-works like an intelligent and active stop loss order.
As a result of this gap price movement in the value of CHF against majors, most retail forex traders who were short CHF, not only lost their account deposits but also their stop loss orders did not come into play to protect their account balances.
Stop loss orders mentioned below 9315 seem to be in immediate danger, support viewed at 9306, 50% fibbo on the 9203/9409 rise, below there 9282 is the 61.