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Trading Robot software has been created using the most advanced programming the trading world has ever seen. The software is ahead of the markets by 0.01 seconds. And if you know anything about trading, you know this is a huge deal. This “time leap” makes the software the most consistent trading app on the planet.

Use our advanced tools and features to gain control of your account:

Stop Limit / Stop Loss / Trailing Stop

Guaranteed stop

Push notifications and FREE e-mails on market events

Alarms on price movements,% exchange rates and traders' opinion

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Use our advanced tools and features to gain control of your account:

Stop Limit / Stop Loss / Trailing Stop

Guaranteed stop

Push notifications and FREE e-mails on market events

Alarms on price movements,% exchange rates and traders' opinion

Set price levels' Closure in profit '(Stop Limit)' and / or 'Closure at a loss' (Stop Loss)

Closure in profit' and 'Closure at loss' orderscan be added to your trading operations when you open a new pending position / order, or when you change an existing position. These orders allow you to set a specific rate at which your position will be closed, to protect your profit in the event of a profit-closing order or to limit your loss in the event of a closing order at a loss. Note that profittot closing and loss-closing orders do not guarantee that your position will be closed at the exact price level you specified. If the market price suddenly leaps down or up, at a price beyond your stop level, it is possible that your position is closed at the next available price, which can be a different price than what you set. This is known as'
Example:
The gold CFD is traded at $ 1,405 / $ 1,410 (Sale / Purchase) per bullion. You decide to open a Purchase position for 10 CFD units on gold at $ 1,410 while placing a Stop Loss order at $ 1,390. 
The price of the CFD on gold drops directly to $ 1,390 and then to $ 1,350. Your position will be automatically closed for $ 1390. 
Your loss is: 10 * (1.390 - 1.410) = - $ 200
 

If the price of the CFD on gold "drops down" from $ 1,410 directly to $ 1,350, the trading operation will be closed at $ 1,350 instead of $ 1,390, which was the Stop Loss level you set, since the Stop is not guaranteed, when the market suddenly dropped and passed $ 1,390, the position was set to close at the next available price, which was $ 1,350, in which case your loss will be: 10 * (1.350 - 1.410) = - $ 600

Guaranteed stop

 

Adding a Guaranteed Stop order to your trading position puts an absolute limit to your potential loss. Even if the price of an instrument shifts significantly to your disadvantage, your position will be automatically closed at the specified price, without the risk of slippage. 
The Guaranteed Stop is available only for some instruments. If an instrument supports the Guaranteed Stop order, a check box will be available and can be used on the platform (after selecting the 'Closing on loss' checkbox). 
Details on Guaranteed Stop:
A Guaranteed Stop order can only be placed on a new trading position / pending order, and cannot be added to an existing position.
A Guaranteed Stop can only be activated / modified when the instrument is available for trading. When the Guaranteed Stop order is active, it cannot be removed, only a Stop Loss order can be modified / removed. 
The additional spread charge for a Guaranteed Stop is not refundable once activated and will be displayed before approval. The Guaranteed Stop level must be at a predetermined distance from the current trading price of the instrument.

Example:

Apple CFD is traded for $ 148 / $ 150 (Sale / Purchase) per share. 
You decide to buy 10 contracts (shares) on Apple CFD and set up a Guaranteed Stop for $ 130. The spread adjustment for a Guaranteed Stop is $ 10. 
Apple CFD falls below $ 100, but you're guaranteed to close the buying position for $ 130. 
With a Guaranteed Stop order on 10 contracts (shares): Profit and loss = 10 * (130 - 150) - 10 [adjustment of the Guaranteed Stop spread] = - $ 210 
Without a Guaranteed Stop order: Profit and loss = 10 * (100 - 150) = - $ 500

Trailing Stop - Automatically limits the losses of a position while blocking profits

Placing a Trailing Stop order helps you block a certain amount of profit. When you open a pending position or order with a Trailing Stop, they remain open until the price moves to your advantage, but closes automatically if its price changes direction by a specific number of pips *. 
Trailing Stop allows you to place a Stop Loss order that updates automatically when the market moves to your advantage. The Stop Loss order is activated if the market moves unfavorably (based on the requested pip change). This feature is free, however there is no guarantee that your position will close at the exact Stop Loss level, due to the 'Slip'.
Example:
The price of EUR / USD is 1.19400 / 1.19500 (Sale / Purchase). 
You decide to open a buying position for 100,000 units while you place a Trailing Stop at 100 pips (100 pips = 0.00100). This sets a Trailing Stop order at the selling rate of 1.19300 (1.19400 - 0.00100). The EUR / USD price begins to rise and the sales rate reaches 1.19450; the Trailing Stop order follows the change to 1.19350 (1.19450 - 0.00100). 
EUR / USD continues to rise and the sales rate reaches 1.19750; the Trailing Stop order is automatically adjusted according to the new market price, and changes to 1.19650 (1.19750 - 0.00100).
If The EUR / USD Price Suddenly Changes Direction And Drops 100 Pips (Ie 1.19650, Your Trailing Stop Price) Or More, Plus500 Will Execute The Order At 1.19650 If Applicable; Otherwise The Position Will Be Closed At The Next Available Rate. 
If The Position Closes At The Rate Of 1.19650 - Your Profit Is: 100,000 * (1.19650 - 1.19500) = € 150 (Using The Trailing Stop You Could Block Your Profits).
* Pip (Price Point Of Interest). For All Plus500 Instruments, It Refers To The Smallest Unit Of Price Change.
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