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About ChrissyWilkinson

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  1. I'm just curious: if the trade you put in goes against you and you find out at a point where you've already lost a lot of money, do you stop it or do you keep it? I'm curious because I've been in situations where I've put in a short, expecting it to go down, but instead the price has continued to rise steadily. In the last few days, this has happened several times. In the end, I held on to my trades, and they eventually went down, resulting in a profit. Is it better to exit the trade (even if it's a loss) or to keep it going?
  2. Is copytrading a good option for the new traders?


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