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What are the rules for placing stop and limit orders in forex?
I don't understand how a stock has a trading price of 5.97, but when I buy it I have to pay the asking price of 6.04. How can I be paying more than what the stock is trading for?
Why can't I enter two sell orders on the same stock?
If I buy a stock at $45 and I put a stop limit in to sell at $40, will I be guaranteed a sell once the stock has reached this price?
What does "gather in the stops" mean?
What happens to a stop order after a stock splits?
What's the difference between a stop and a limit order?
Can a stop-loss order be used to protect a short sale transaction?
I placed a limit order to buy a stock after the market closed, but the stock's price gapped above the entry price and my order never got filled. How can I prevent this from happening?
I want to buy a stock at $30, sell when it reaches $35, don't want to hang on to it if it dips below $27, and I want to do all this in one trading order. What type of order should I use?
What is the difference between a quote driven market and an order driven one?
Do stop or limit orders protect you against gaps in a stock's price?
How does a stop-loss order work, and what price is used to trigger the order?
What is a GTEM order?
What is a virtual trailing stop order (VTSO)?
Can you place a stop-loss order on a mutual fund?
At what point in the ordering process does a broker charge commission?
Which statements about fill-or-kill orders are FALSE?
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