Trading on the currency market involves the risk of losing some or all of your funds. The degree of risk is affected by many factors, controlling which manually is an objectively difficult task.
The company has developed a system of external control over traders' trading, which is available to everyone. The trader can set a number of restrictions, in case of realization of one of which transactions will be automatically closed and the possibility of trading will be blocked for a certain period of time. Also, it is impossible to change the level of restrictions instantly upwards, so the trader cannot increase his losses beyond the initially defined limits at the moment of loss accumulation.
You can read about the types of restrictions and peculiarities of their functioning in the section «Functionality».
Taking the psychological burden off the trader due to the understanding that the set levels of loss limits cannot be changed in the course of trading.
Impossibility to continue trading for some time after realization of one of the restrictions (as a rule, until the beginning of the next trading week). This excludes trading under psychological pressure (the trader has time to calm down and reconsider his mistakes before the next week).
The lack of possibility on the trader's part to change the levels of restrictions instantly: the application to change the level of restriction is executed not earlier than the beginning of the next trading week. Thus, the trader cannot increase the level of losses in the state of psychological pressure.
Protection against erroneous actions of the trader, committed under the influence of strong emotions.
Protection against "spikes" / "black swans", etc. Not in all cases, the trader can instantly react to sudden unforeseen movements in the market, due to which a loss can be much greater than anticipated. The system of external risk management works 24 hours a day and reacts instantly, which can help minimize losses (note that the risk management system cannot avoid such market attributes as "slippage", "requotes", etc.).