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So using my demo account as an example >>>

 

On your open positions...

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Click add stop

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Then the drop down on the left of that little box

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Then on "normal" > "trailing"

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... and set your parameters.

 

Hope this helps :) 

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  • 4 months later...
Guest Thomas

Can you open a position with a trailing stop when you are using a market order (because the market is closed or I am setting a purchase point at a level away from the current market price)?

As far as I can see you can not open a new position with a trailing stop. Currently I am having to go into the position after it has opened to manually change it to a trailing stop.

 

Thank you!

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