Placing stops and targets is an essential part of any trading strategy – it is how you limit risk and take profits in a disciplined fashion. While placing stops and targets is a broad topic, there are certain basic things that you need to think about before you ever execute a trade.Let’s begin with stops. This is perhaps the most important topic, since this is the way that you prevent large losses.
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