Different types of stock orders

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Hello, everyone!

There are different types of stock orders.

Let’s have a look at the following two.

Market Order:
This is the most straightforward type of order.
When you place a market order, you are requesting to buy or sell a stock at the best available current market price.
The trade is executed immediately at the prevailing market price.

Limit Order:
This order allows you to set a specific price at which you are willing to buy or sell a stock.
If you are buying, you set the maximum price you are willing to pay.
If you are selling, you set the minimum price you are willing to accept.
The trade will only be executed if the market reaches or surpasses your specified limit price.

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This is not a financial advice

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Author: Federica Montella
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