Change the Way You Trade with This 1 Feature

Today we take a closer look at an often overlooked, yet useful feature called ‘Position Top-up‘. Put shortly, it will let you use your balance to keep your positions open even when they go below the −95% payout. How to use this feature in trading effectively and what are the risks associated with it? Read the full article to learn more!

Why use it?
Keeping the loss making position does not sound like a particularly sound decision, or does it? Imagine opening a position that instead of generating you the desired payout starts eating out your funds. When the position top-up is not active (as by default) the trade will automatically close when your loss is equal to 95% of the invested amount.

However, if you consider using this feature, there is not one but two ways to address the issue: close the position and lose the money guaranteed OR invest additional funds and wait for a trend reversal, getting a chance to manage your losses.

The thing is, financial markets are both volatile and unpredictable. You never know for sure when an opportunity will present itself. It is, therefore, possible that a desired trend reversal is just around the corner. As a result, it is possible that by losing just a little bit more you will eventually close a deal in the black. However, it is also possible that by using this feature you will lose even more as the price continues moving in the opposite direction. Therefore, caution is always advised when working with position top-up.

How to apply?
Timing and intuition are crucial when using the feature. In order to use position top-up, a trader has to be sure that the trend reversal is just around the corner. Otherwise he will lose even more. Choosing the right moment to activate the feature is important.