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Guest Plumber1

Hi,

I'm still using the demo account whilst evaluating the platform but on two separate trades (both shorts) the limit I'd set has been ignored and the position left open. Not worried about loss of pretend profits but I am worried if this also happens in the live version, and if so why please?

Neither share was particularly fast moving (Debenhams and Kier Group) and in the past stops have been actioned immediately but with these positions the limit seems to have been ignored twice (once on the way down through the limit and then again on the way back up as the stock recovers).

 

Thanks for any help.

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