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Stoplosses; and New Regulations ?

Guest gbj999


Guest gbj999

Are they going to  insist on Stoplosses in the new ESMA rules ?? 


That would be a serious disaster for those of us who manage (quite well) without them.

They really gobble up the gains.

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Just leverage rules really. Search “ESMA” on here and there are some posts about exactly what’s going to happen.

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 - please see the proposal as below. Nothing at this stage which indicates a requirement to have a stop, although there are some specific requirements based on the 'Limited Risk' account type which IG have which may require a guaranteed stop on all positions. 


2018-05-15 10_14_54-ESMA agrees to prohibit binary options and restrict CFDs to protect retail inves.png

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