What is Copy Stop Loss?

Copy Stop Loss (CSL) is a feature that gives users the ability to effectively manage your trades by providing risk management across each copy relationships based on real time Profit/Loss values. It is essentially an automated risk control system that will allow you to set controls for the entire copy relationship, as a dollar value. The CSL amount represents the copy equity that needs to be reached in order for the entire copy to close automatically, NOT the amount you are willing to lose.

For example:

Trader A is copied by Trader B with $100 and a CSL set at $60 – meaning Trader B does not want the copy relationship to lose more than $40 before CSL triggers. Trader A has 2 positions: one that has gained $10, another that just dropped to -$50. At that point, CSL triggers and both positions – the losing position, and the gaining position are closed and the copy relationship with that trader is disconnected. 

The default CSL is set at 60% of your copy equity so that once you've lost 40% of your investment, the copy will close. By putting in place a default CSL setting, we are making sure that you are less exposed to risk and that you can invest safely, knowing that a good portion of your investment is guaranteed to come back. You will be able to edit your CSL upon copying a trader and at any point thereafter however it is important to note that every time you edit you CSL, the new value will reflect as a percentage of your copy equity at the time of the edit and not the original allocated amount.

Please read more about this feature here.