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Changing a 'Normal stop' to a 'guaranteed stop', assuming plenty of funds available.

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I was imagining making a trade but accidentally only setting it to a 'normal stop' with, say a 100pt margin; but I meant to set it to a 'guaranteed stop', as the 100pt margin was all I needed for a G-stop. The trade has gone in my favour - but can I edit the trade FROM a 'normal' stop TO a 'guaranteed' stop, and vice-versa? Or even toggle with trailing stops too. All scenarios assume plenty of funds to cover amended margins of course.
Thanks in advance
AndyM

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