- Futures: Trailing Trigger - used for only and the value represents the number of ticks you wish for a trailing order to enter. For example: if set to 4 ticks, the trailing stop will not be created until after 4 ticks of profit has been reached.
- Futures: Trailing Offset - used for only and the value represents the number of ticks you wish the stop to trail the price. For example: if set trigger is set to 4 and offset is set to 3, then the trailing stop order will be created once a profit of 4 ticks has been reached and the trailing stop will be 3 ticks against you.
- Max Loss (%) - used for stocks only and the value represents the maximum loss you are willing to take in case the trailing stop hasn't yet been made. For example: you wish the trailing stop to be created once it has made 1% profit. If it never reaches that, it will close at this Max Loss value.
- Trailing Trigger (%) - used for stocks only. It works similar to the trigger other than the fact that it uses % rather than ticks.
- Trailing Offset (%) - used for stocks only. It works similar to the trigger offset other than the fact that it uses % rather than ticks.
also have a "Max Loss" but it is not user defined. For , the max loss is not based on a tick loss but rather entirely on the asset's price action.
also makes use of shorting.