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Closing a trade at a price/place worse than what the trader anticipated/planned for, normally a losing price/place, but before any stop loss order (if any) is filled.

As opposed to a trade that was closed at a price that resulted in a profit, where it would be said the trader covered rather than bailed.

Also known as: Bail, Bailing, Puke, Puked, Puking

Created by  steve2222 , January 30th, 2016 at 03:42 PM
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