Trailing StopBack to Glossary
A trailing stop is a kind of stop order that is used by traders to protect their accounts from being exposed to large losses if the price should move against them. The main difference between a trailing-stop and a stop-loss is that stop-loss orders are static, whereas trailing stops trail the current price by a predefined pip-range. This has the effect of allowing your profits to run while still having some protection in place if the price reverses.
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