Ainvesting offers traders with different levels of knowledge, both professional and novice, to buy and sell CFDs on a huge selection of underlying financial instruments. The spread (difference between buy and sell prices) is different for each of the asset. Trader can place orders through our cutting-edge trading platform. The Limit Order is an amazing tool which enables the traders to set the level of risk and manage this risk effectively.
Stop Loss Orders help traders avoid huge losses on currently open positions in case the price goes in an unexpected direction. This works for Shares, Currency Pairs, Cryptocurrencies, Commodities, or Indices. Stop Loss Order obliges Ainvesting to close the positionswhen or if the instrument reaches a specified price.
Stop Loss will become a market order at the moment when the price reaches the set Stop Loss level. Order gives an instruction to execute the position and close it. Market volatility is another issue as there might be high fluctuations of price, and market volatility can lead to a change in the actual price when the order is closed. But the closed Order will be as close as possible to order price.
To protect the profit on a stock, which is moving in the anticipated direction, there are Orders that will be executed accordingly. Traders can repeatedly update the price to execute a position at the Stop Loss Order while the trend is still moving favorably.
Take Profit Orders help trader to secure his/her profits when there are currently open positions and the price goes in the expected direction. The Take Profit Order obliges Ainvesting to close the positions when or if the instrument reaches a specified price.
NOTE: In an unstable market, CFD prices can fluctuate abnormally, and therefore the actual closing price of an order might differ from the pre-set price. The situation is called slippage. Slippage happens during the extreme market volatility during unforeseen events that cannot be controlled either by the Firm or the trader. As a result, your stop loss instructions might not be executed at the declared price (negative slippage might apply), so Stop Loss order cannot guarantee loss limitation under abnormal market conditions.