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Stop-Loss Order Explained with Examples

A stop loss order is a command to sell a security at a certain price The goal is to minimize losses and possibly lock in gains.

From the Mailbag: When Not to Use Trailing Stops

Our Mailbag is full of reader questions and comments. Feel free to add to it by sending your questions to mailbag@investmentu.com or by clicking the “comment” link at the bottom of the article. Today, Marc responds to a question we hear often about trailing stops.

>> From the Mailbag: When Not to Use Trailing Stops