Wall Street guaranteed stop level changed?
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Why isn't there a way to set options stop loss on IG platform? Are you planning to implement this feature?
By SergioLage · PostedHi, I started trading Brent Crude Oil in IG platform but I could find a formula to correctly calculate the size I have to put while creating a position, based on the available amount I have. The quotation is based in points and it makes me wonder how operate. Any help is welcome. Also, I plan to work with some leverage in the future, so any tip on this matter is also welcome. Thanks.
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Wall Street instrument has been having min 10 points guaranteed stops for orders. This seems to have changed to 2-3% of underlying price (500-800 points) instead.
I noticed this change halfway through the Friday US trading session. Can I check if anyone knows if this is a permanent or temporary change? Thanks in advance!
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