We use FIFO (first in, first out) futures positions netting. This means that Futures trades must be closed in the order they were opened.
Individual trades in a position cannot be directly closed and you cannot place stop and limit orders to close specific trades.
To close or reduce a position, you can place a trade using either the Close button on the position or by placing a trade using the Trade Ticket.
Stop loss and take profit orders cannot be related directly to individual trades. OCO-related stop and limit orders can be placed instead to protect the net trade position. OCO-related stop and limit orders must be managed separately — if you manually close a position, you must also manually cancel any related orders.
One-Cancels-Other (OCO) orders for Futures
One-Cancels-Other (OCO) orders are available on Futures. This will allow you to protect net Futures positions with OCO-related Take Profit and Stop Loss orders.
Take Profit and Stop Loss orders can be placed at a fixed price or at a percent distance from the current market price.