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    ​Responses to Margin Trading Trapped in Forex Market

    Abstract:Several solutions are recommended when traders' funds are trapped in markets, or their accounts are put into liquidation.

      Every trader is likely to make mistakes in margin trading. Sometimes their funds may be trapped in markets, or their accounts can be put into liquidation. Therefore, the role played by all follow-ups is reduced. Several solutions are introduced herein:

      1. The analysis of trading charts should be conducted. The stop-loss operation is needed if the currency in trading is at a high level.

      2. If the currency is at a middle level, a wait-and-see approach can be adopted according to the situation at the moment in a bid to get rid of traps and exit the market or to lower losses by reducing positions in face of rallies.

      3. If the currency is at a low level, stops should not be carried out urgently. Instead, positions can be added at important support levels with low prices to reduce the average cost when the trend starts to be steady after the drop. Then positions trapped at a high level can be recovered in rallies.

      4. When the currency sees an uptrend, it is patience instead of a stop that is required in holds as they can get out of trouble with time going on.

      5. Please dont turn to stops but wait for the cycling volatility at a high level patiently if the currency sees a balanced oscillating trend. It is time to leave the market instantly when traps are solved, or losses are not hefty.

      6. Stops should be operated immediately under the downtrend of the currency traded as any hesitation may worsen the fallout.

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