How Take Profit works
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The most common Take Profit: when the price rises to or above the price you set, the system closes the transaction. For example:

  1. You buy 1 ETH for $100 and set Take Profit of +10%, at $110;

  2. You select a convenient Price follow method — see which method to choose here;

  3. ETH trades at around $100 for a while but then begins to rise. At one point, the price reaches $110 and the system sells your ETH on the market.

Take Profit ensures you do not miss a profit at times when you can’t closely watch your trades.

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