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Hi!

This maybe a bit stupid question...

If I have backed 3 different outcomes (different selections) in same market and then one of them goes south... is it possible to lay (stop loss) just the selection? Or if I want to lay, it lays all selections?

Thanks.

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Re: Stop-loss just one selection out of multiple selections
« Reply #1 on: 20 Nov 2013, 22:21 »
hi
it is a bit hard to advise without the trigger/selections.
but,yes , you would use the price direction as a condition.
so if you had 3 selections backed at say 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00
then the 3.5 selection goes south to 3.80, the trigger would distribute the loss, with the condition.
and selections back_price is equal or greater than r_ticks(bm_backp,(the amount of ticks that you decide is bad, say 5)
bm_backp=the back price that was matched
r_ticks()=uses the amount of ticks to add if ,5 or take off if,-5


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Re: Stop-loss just one selection out of multiple selections
« Reply #2 on: 20 Nov 2013, 22:28 »
hi
it is a bit hard to advise without the trigger/selections.
but,yes , you would use the price direction as a condition.
so if you had 3 selections backed at say 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00
then the 3.5 selection goes south to 3.80, the trigger would distribute the loss, with the condition.
and selections back_price is equal or greater than r_ticks(bm_backp,(the amount of ticks that you decide is bad, say 5)
bm_backp=the back price that was matched
r_ticks()=uses the amount of ticks to add if ,5 or take off if,-5


mcbee

Thanks! This helps a lot in some markets indeed!

 

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