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Rolling a Stop Up
To increase a stop price to keep profiting from a long position. For example, suppose one buys a stock at $20 with a stop price of $22 (meaning the stock will be sold automatically if the price hits $22 in order to lock in profit). If the price appears to be trending upward, the holder may roll the stop up to $24 to try for higher gains.
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