stop-loss

[ stop-laws, -los ]
/ ˈstɒpˌlɔs, -ˌlɒs /

adjective

designed or planned to prevent continued loss, as a customer's order to a broker to sell a stock if its price declines to a specific amount.

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Origin of stop-loss

First recorded in 1900–05
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British Dictionary definitions for stop-loss

stop-loss

adjective

commerce of or relating to an order to a broker in a commodity or security market to close an open position at a specified price in order to limit any loss
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