Compare Brokers With Limit Order

Looking for brokers with limit order? We have compared 24 broker accounts (out of 147) that are suitable for you below.

We found 24 broker accounts (out of 147) that are suitable for Limit Order.

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Between 54-87% of retail CFD accounts lose money. Based on 69 brokers who display this data.

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Trading Risk Management: Limit orders

Limit orders can be used as an effective risk management feature and also to place trades ‘automatically’ without the trader tracking the markets 24/7. Market orders are filled at the best price the broker can find in the market. Limit orders are filled at a price , buy or sell , that the trader has specified. If the market comes up to the level at which the trader has specified to sell, or goes down to the level at which the trader has specified to buy, the order is filled. For example, if a trader wants to buy a share if the price goes down to £20.00, the trader would set this as the buy limit. Alternatively, if the trader wanted to sell when the price reaches £30.00, the trader would set set this as the sell limit. This can allows the trader to take advantage of market movements automatically. Limit orders are usually time limited, and if the instrument doesn’t meet the limit order level within the set time period, the order won’t be executed. Limit orders are therefore more beneficial for day traders who are looking to take advantage of short term price spikes and falls. They are less useful for long-term stock holders who may wish to harvest dividends, as they may find they simply have to repurchase the stock.

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Between 54-87% of retail CFD accounts lose money. Based on 69 brokers who display this data.