@Domsax48, I think the stoploss is used to approve if the strategy is correct or not. If the strategy is not correct, then the stoploss will be triggered. Here, the strategy is approved to be not correct. That is why stop loss also got triggered.
@ChinaHelloWorld, thank you, I am aware of this. I am also aware that loss is sometimes part of the process. But more often than not I have the experience that I was right about the direction of the major move, but was wrong with the entry time/level and stop loss. The feeling of "had I set it a few pips more away/had I waited a few more days and I would have made profit" is quite frustrating, but it seems its also part of the process.