Risk-management tools

The markets aren’t forgiving if you’re unprepared. That’s why you need tools that make managing risk a natural part of your trading plan. With our built-in risk-management toolbox, it’s easy to stay in control, whatever the markets have in store.

  • Risk control, full stop
    No matter what you trade, it’s vital to plan your exit strategy from the start. We make it easy to add stop-loss orders right from the trade ticket, so you can limit losses and stick to your trading plan, automatically, every time.
  • Trail your stops
    Want to give your risk management more flexibility, while keeping risk under firm control? Trailing stops move dynamically, following prices in real-time – that means you can let your winners run, while following them with a protective stop ready to lock in profits.
  • Guard your capital with Account Shield
    You’ve built a portfolio you’re proud of. Now, protect it from market volatility with our Account Shield, which automatically closes your open positions at the best available market rates if triggered. Learn how to set up Account Shield with our short tutorial.
  • Monitor FX margin changes
    When trading condition changes are scheduled for any FX positions you have, our handy Margin Monitor shows you what the impact will be for your portfolio. Learn how Margin Monitor can help you stay informed with this short tutorial.
  • Your trading reports are ready
    Keeping a trade log is easy with our Account Overview, which lets you analyse your performance with a range of historical reports, including a portfolio report, financial statement and more. Learn how to download your reports with this short tutorial.
  • Monitor open positions
    Mastering risk means staying on top of your positions. With our positions module, you can view real-time P/L , manage stop and limit orders and close your positions, fast. Learn how you can monitor open positions with our short tutorial.
  • Monitor your open orders
    To control risk, you need an overview of all your trading, including all open orders in the pipeline. Learn how to monitor order type, price and other details, add stops and limits or modify or cancel your orders with our short tutorial.

    Learn how to manage risk

    Learn how to manage risk

    Learning how to manage risk in the markets is one of the most important steps for any trader or investor.

    Get started with risk control

    Take the next step and start putting risk management to work for you on every trade you make.

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