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PRT platform Particially closing/changing of trades


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Dear PRT.

 

This is a suggestion

 

The possibility to partially close some positions is not there.

 

for example:

  • I open a trade with 3 positions- I cannot close them individually or even make separate stop losses or take profits- goes for both Manuel trade and Pro order
  • I accumulate orders- one each day- I cannot separate the stop loss, take profit or close them individually in Pro order code.

Best Regards

Kasper Elsborg

 

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Hi

 

Pro Order unfortunately does not have the ability to partially close positions but I will send it to IT finance as client feedback to be considered in future updates.

 

You are able to partially close manually placed positions but you would need to ensure that force open is not active. to do this just create a new trade in the opposite direction, as long as the partial close meets our minimum trade size requirements you would be able to partially close the position.

 

As you have mentioned stops will be applied once to a position so break up the trade into multiple trades then you would be able to set stops at different levels.

 

Thanks

Anton

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