The most important financial terms - with simple and concise explanations.
Investors use stop-loss orders to protect their individual positions in the portfolio against large price declines. The sell order for a security is triggered automatically once the price falls below a predefined level. Important: This does not mean that the actual selling price is identical to the stop-loss price. It may be slightly lower or higher, depending on where the price has moved after the stop-loss level has been broken.
There are risks associated with investing. The value of your investment may fall or rise. Losses of the capital invested may occur. Past performance, simulations or forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Please refer to our risk information.
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