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Hi community,

As i am new to CFDs, the 'upgrade to live' questionaire has deemed that I require a guaranteed stoploss. I am using the IG platform to day trade and I need to be able to move my stop loss up continually with the rising candles. The guarenteed stop loss minimum on demo seems to be quite a distance from my entry. Can I still use a normal stop loss or is this not possible?

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