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10 hours ago, Dan_SB said:

I've read the topic on the IG support page but when i go to set up a Trailing Stop on my IG Spread-Betting account i do not have the option. Does anyone know why this would be?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Dear @Dan_SB,

You have the option to add a trailing stop on the deal ticket just like setting a regular stop. To do this, you will need to specify both the stop distance, which is the same as a normal stop and the trailing step. Here are the steps to add a trailing stop on the deal ticket:

1. Click on the drop-down menu under ‘stop’
2. Select ’trailing’
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3. Enter your stop and trailing step where prompted. Enter your stop and trailing step where prompted
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NB: The trailing stop option will not be available on the deal ticket if you are placing a working order.

All the best,
AshishIG
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On 07/06/2023 at 06:17, AshishIG said:

Dear @Dan_SB,

You have the option to add a trailing stop on the deal ticket just like setting a regular stop. To do this, you will need to specify both the stop distance, which is the same as a normal stop and the trailing step. Here are the steps to add a trailing stop on the deal ticket:

1. Click on the drop-down menu under ‘stop’
2. Select ’trailing’
image.png

3. Enter your stop and trailing step where prompted. Enter your stop and trailing step where prompted
image.png

NB: The trailing stop option will not be available on the deal ticket if you are placing a working order.

All the best,
AshishIG
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This is a great answer... Oddly, this is the process i went through and "Trailing" wasn't an option. After looking again, it is now there and working. Thank you.

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