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Stop/limit/profit/loss values on chart

Guest Jrhollow1


Guest Jrhollow1



For me IOS apps show $$ on the stop/limit lines (as well as the status of the position) on the web browser it shows points. Any way to change this? Also, any way to change it to %, e.g. To set stop on chart at -2%




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Hi there,


We don't offer the ability to place a stop loss with a percentage distance away on any of our platforms. The options would either be to calculate a distance in points, or the value in your base currency that you're looking to risk.


Cheers, Gio

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Hi Jay,


We don't offer the option to change stops/limits to a % distance away. On the IOS app, the only option is to give a stop distance in points. When placing a trade, you should then see an estimate below of how man USD you're risking with the stop level. 


I have however passed your comments across to the appropriate team as feedback and so if this is something that is popularly requested, it may be a change we can implement in the future.


Please do let us know if you have any more questions,





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