fragility

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fragility

[frə′jil·əd·ē]
(science and technology)
The state or quality of being fragile, that is, brittle or easily broken.
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A major benefit to traders is that the platform presents the opportunity to diversify risk on their account by trading a "basket" of currency pairs, reducing the risk of being exposed to the fragilities of one trading system.