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Don't have time to monitor your trades? Use stop losses. Here is how to use them

After entering a trade, what do you do?

Many of you don't have time, or don't want to sit in front of a computer and watch price action.

That's when the use of stop losses becomes very handy.

Stop losses are orders that tell your broker to close a position if price moves below a certain level. It's like a safety valve for your trades.

Where is the right place to put a stop loss? Watch Watch this live video to get the technical insights.

Good trading!

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