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Managing Risk Effectively: Initiate trades with a 5% loss as the stop loss (SL). Upon achieving profitability, shift the SL to the entry point, especially in leveraged trades. Accept that if it hits, it hits – new opportunities await. Prevent loss escalation through vigilant monitoring.


Preserving Your Capital: Regardless of spot or leverage trading, safeguarding your initial investment takes precedence. Upon reaching TP1, withdraw either a percentage of profits or the initial investment, allowing the remainder to continue.


Smart Stop Loss Strategy: Employ a successful method for trailing SL. As your position turns profitable, adjust the SL using the same reliable indicator to secure gains and mitigate risks.


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There can't be a better time to adopt this strategy than now. With the biggest crypto trading contest around the corner, my Risk management, Smart stop-loss strategy has been advanced. The upcoming KCGI2023 is a contest for all. 

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