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A sell stop order refers to when a customer requests that a broker sell a security if it moves below a specified stop price. In a buy stop order, the stop price is set above the current market price.
A sell limit order executes at the given price lower or higher. The order only trades your stock at the given price or better. ... Your trade will only go through if a stock's market price reaches or improves upon the limit price. If it never reaches that price, the order won't execute.
It is a pending order to buy above the recent market price. Condition (FX/ Digital Currencies/ Indices: recent ASK price is higher or equal to the defined order price. Condition (Stocks): last price is greater or equal to the predefined order price. The requested order price not guaranteed.
It is a limit order to close a position automatically. Condition: the recent Bid (for BUYING orders) or the recent Ask (for SELLING orders) prices reach the TP level. The requested order price is guaranteed. The execution price is equal or even better than defined in TP.
Stock buy/sell order at a current price level. It is the best execution price given by the broker, taken from the market. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.
A stop-loss order is an order placed with a broker to buy or sell a specific stock once the stock reaches a certain price. A stop-loss is designed to limit an investor's loss on a security position. For example, setting a stop-loss order for 10% below the price at which you bought the stock will limit your loss to 10%.
It stops an order to close a position. Condition: Margins less or equal to Stop Out level.
It adjusts the Stop Loss predefined value according to how the market is moving in a predefined difference.
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