Please help...CFD maximum controlled risk message
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I got the following message when trying to execute a CFD trade: “The maximum controlled risk stop size at one level is NMS. The minimum controlled risk spacing is ControlledRiskSpacing points.”
Any idea what that means?
Never come across this before when trading CFDs. Guaranteed stop was set correctly. Wanted to issue as market order.
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