An NFA rule known as the first-in first-out (FIFO) rule — formally known as NFA Compliance Rule 2-43b — prohibits this hedging. The NFA’s FIFO policy means that retail forex traders need to close their earliest transactions out first when their active trades involve the same forex pairs in the same position size. It also bans price adjustments to executed customer orders, except to resolve a complaint. Note that this rule does not apply to outright currency positions hedged with option contracts.
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