What is the difference between the Conservative and Aggressive Strategy?
As the names suggest, with Conservative Strategy, the risks are slower and therefore, there will be fewer trades executed by the SMART Bots.
With Aggressive Strategy, there are more trades being executed and on a more frequent basis.
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