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All-in, all-out

All-in, all-out (also abbreviated AIAO) means that you are trading multiple shares, lots or contracts, and you enter and exit your position all at once. It is the opposite of scaling-in and scaling-out.

Many believe that AIAO is mathematically superior to scaling-in and scaling-out. Many also believe that scaling-in or scaling-out is better suited for discretionary traders.
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Created by  Big Mike , April 5th, 2012 at 11:47 PM
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