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pipjunkie

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  1. Yes Setting the risk 5% or 10% away defeats the purpose of having a guaranteed stop, so why cant we have a regular stop ahead of our guaranteed stop so we don't have to pay the premium in a snormal scenario and only pay the premium if it passes through the regular stop? this is a con setup to sting retail traders. eventually IG will get caught out and have to reimburse their customers.
  2. I think a hide button would be great as for those of us with several screens compacted onto one can find the screen to crowded for analysis with orders on and open positions.
  3. Yes the price displayed on the chart is the mid so you always need to account for volatility, as the spread increases you are more likely to be stopped out. I would advise adding a margin of 20 pips this should help with market manipulation from the bank's as they know likely spots where stops are placed and delibrately trigger them as your buy stops will allow them to create a sell trade.
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