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How to sell when the System issues a sell signal?

For example to sell contracts at or above $2.00 (suggested exit price) if an investor is in a position, a sell limit order can be placed at or above $2.00. There is, however, always the possibility that not enough trades go through at that price and that the order will not be filled. On the other hand, the System will closes its position, regardless of whether of not the particular order was filled. An investor might still be able to sell your contracts at a lower price later the same day or the following day.

If a sell limit order is placed $0.05 below the suggested exit price (in this particular example, at $1.95), the fill will be guaranteed, assuming at least one trade goes off at $2.00 (i.e., at the suggested exit price). If this happens, the System closes the position at $2.00, while the order is filled at $1.95, which means the profit will be slightly diminished, but the fill guaranteed. But selling $0.05 below the suggested exit price can have a benefit: it is possible that the order will be filled yet the suggested exit price is not reached because the price moves lower. This is to the advantage: the system “missed” the trade while an investor was able to sell.

In conclusion:

  • In cases where the suggested exit price is hit, having placed the sell order at a slightly lower price will reduce the profits somewhat, but guarantee that the order will be filled;
     
  • In situations where the suggested exit price is never reached, having placed the sell order at a slightly lower price enables to sell the position, whereas the System does not exit the trade.

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