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Is there a difference between margins for limited risk vs standard account?


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Guest DreamyLucid

As per the title, was trading Wall Street Index with a limited risk account with guaranteed stop-loss and the margin required was $XX (e.g. $30). Upon switching to the standard account, and with the same settings (same stop-loss value and guaranteed stop-loss), I require much more margin now $XXX (e.g. $250). Also, the guaranteed stop loss now requires me to have more minimum distance. Now requiring 560pts; previously 8pts.

I was not able to find any info regarding this comparison on the website thus this question.

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