1. How To Place A Trade With Thinkorswim - Introduction
  2. How To Place A Trade With Thinkorswim - Opening And Editing Trades
  3. How To Place A Trade With Thinkorswim - Managing And Closing Trades
  4. How To Place A Trade With Thinkorswim - Trading Defaults

TD Ameritrade's ThinkorSwim trading platform provides everything an investor needs to analyze markets and make trades, all online. The platform allows investors and traders to be self-directed, doing their own research, coming to their own conclusions and making their own trades.



There are many ways to make and manage trades within Thinkorswim, with additional ways being added all the time as the software is constantly updated. Being aware of the basic ways to trade within Thinkorswim provides you with the confidence you need in order to know that you can enter and exit at will. It is recommended that you try a Thinkorswim demo account and get comfortable with the software before trading with real money.



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How To Place A Trade With Thinkorswim - Opening And Editing Trades

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