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Setting stop losses in the IG trading app

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On 20/10/2019 at 21:33, Ianbow321 said:

Is it possible to set stop losses from the iPhone app or does it have to be done on the desktop version?


Hey @Ianbow321 When you open the deal ticket you should be able to see the option to add a stop on your iOS image.pngleveraged deal ticket. From there you will be able to add stops when you open positions. As well as this you can change the type of stop you're using by selecting 'Stop type'. 





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17 hours ago, Ianbow321 said:

Hi all,


Is it possible to set stop losses from the iPhone app or does it have to be done on the desktop version?



Yes it is possible. you need to activate it when prompted to turn it on.

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