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How to Find out the Maximum Controlled RISK STOP of a MARKET

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Guest DOUG
I'm trading long GBPJPY with guarantee stop setting with 150 contracts and get the following error:
 
 CONTROLLED RISK STOP MUST BE PLACED IN INCREMENTS
The maximum controlled risk stop size at one level is JPY100. The minimum controlled risk spacing is 50 points.
 
I'm able to place the order successfully when I change the number of contracts to be 100.
 
Where can I find out the number of contract limit for the Controlled Risk STOP of a particular market?
Is it based on a % of your available fund?  

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