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3 hours ago, Cedric said:

I just posted a message and stated that I was unable to find the 'net off' and the 'force open'. What I meant to say was how you I use them?

Force open is also known as Hedging mode, for example you have a long trade open but price turns against you but you consider this to be temporary so with force open you open an equal size trade in the opposite direction and so your profit/loss total remains fixed until price turns again back in you favour when you then close out the hedge trade.

You would use the net off if you had an open position and want to close it with a stop order in the opposite direction (a standard stop loss) or if you wanted to scale out with a series of smaller stop orders at various target levels.

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4 hours ago, Cedric said:

Hi Caseynotes, Thanks for your help. I did what you suggested and this is what I received :-

Oder submitted                What then happened.   Where did I go wrong ?


Hi, not sure what's wrong there, do the order level sliders come up on the chart and what happens if you move the stop up and down? Also if a live account check what happens on demo and if demo account check on live.

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