|The amount of capital (money) that may be lost if a trade moves against the initial position. In other words, the potential cost to ﬁnd out if the trade decision will be proﬁtable or not.|
Often called risk. The initial capital exposure per unit is the difference between the entry price and the initial protective stop price.
The amount of money you have invested. When your investing objective is capital preservation, your priority is ...
The strategy to determine the entry conditions and speciﬁc entry and initial stop-loss prices. ...
The initial deposit of collateral required to enter into a position as a guarantee on future ...
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