A Stop loss order is a security order (for example, for a share), in which an investor determines at which price (which must always be below the current market price) a sale of the security should be carried out.
In addition to various types of stops, a central question in the focus of investor interest is when choosing the right stop price: where do I place my stop?
So that we can answer this question, we first need to talk about what a stop actually is and what exactly happens with a stop order.
And once we have internalized this knowledge, it is time to let the facts and figures speak and to examine together how a stop can be made Return and where you best place your stops.
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