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Stop: An order to buy at the market only when the market moves up to a specific price, or to sell at the market only when the market moves down to a specific price.

Stop Order: A stop order is an order where you buy above the current market price or sell below the current market price, and is used if you are away from your desk and want to catch a trend. If EUR/USD is trading at 1.2952 / 55, you could place a stop buy order at 1.2970. In case the market moves up to that price, your order will execute and open a long position. If market continues in the same direction (trend), the position will bring you profit.

Stop Loss: A trade that is made in order to set a limit to the loss made by an adverse price movement. Market crashes can be exacerbated by the widespread use of stop loss strategies, in particularly where the trades are automated.

 

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