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A trader has entered the maximum number of contracts on a given trade that his trade (risk) management plan allows.

E.g a trader has determined he will have a maximum of 5 contracts on any given trade. If he currently is long 3 contracts and then decides to buy another 2 contracts he is now all in or loaded up.

Created by  steve2222 , February 13th, 2016 at 01:56 AM
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