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Trailing stop order in MotiveWave?

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Trailing stop order in MotiveWave?


I just signed up for MotiveWave and are too stupid to create a Trailing Stop Order.

I am looking to raise a Trailing Stop Order for S&P 500 Futures. I am using Interactive Brokers.

When I am entering a future position at market (long or short) I am also looking to add automatically a trailing stop order which risis in pre-defined ticks if the market goes in my favour and stops me out once the price hits the stop price.

Is it possible to do this in MW? Can someone explain how to do it?


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