Why Is The Stop Loss Higher Than The Buy Range?

The stop loss is constantly updated to help you lock in profit and protect your stock position in case the stock quickly goes against you.

If the stop loss is above the buy range, it is perfectly ok and happens because that means the stock is now higher than the buy range. Therefore, the stop loss is higher than the buy range because it is trying to help you protect your position.

Also, if you choose to buy a stock that is above the buy range recommendation, the stop loss price stated is still statistically the best place to set it for the best protection against an unexpected crash.

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