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Net Off vs Forced Open


sambennett84

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Hi @sambennett84

Thank you for reaching out, 

That bit becomes relevant when you have an existing position in a particular market and are looking to trade in the opposite direction in the same market. Net off will deduct from the existing position whereas force open will keep the positions separate, effectively allowing you to hedge. 

All the best, 

Anda

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