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Triggering a conditional sell order on the bid price

Triggering a conditional sell order on the bid price
  1. What is a trigger sell order?
  2. What is a conditional sell order?
  3. How does a conditional order work?
  4. Are stop orders triggered by the bid or ask price?
  5. How do you set a trigger price?
  6. What is trigger pricing?
  7. What is OCO trigger?
  8. Can I place a buy and sell order at the same time?
  9. How do I sell stock when it reaches a certain price fidelity?
  10. Can you place two sell orders on the same stock?
  11. What is the difference between conditional order and limit order?
  12. What is the difference between stop-loss and trigger price?
  13. What is SL trigger price?
  14. Do market makers see stop orders?

What is a trigger sell order?

Trigger order is a pre-set order, that users place ahead with an order price and contracts amount (like a limit order), which will only be triggered under specific conditions (a trigger price/trigger). Once the latest traded price has reached the "trigger", the pre-set order will be executed.

What is a conditional sell order?

A conditional order is an instruction to buy or sell a particular stock once a particular target criteria (decided by you) has been met. When you place a conditional order, you set a “trigger price” and a “limit price”.

How does a conditional order work?

Conditional orders allow the user to attach one or more stipulations that must be true before the order can be submitted. This might allow an investor to only buy/sell an option if its underlying is trading above or below a specified level.

Are stop orders triggered by the bid or ask price?

You should enter a stop price for a sell stop order below the current bid price; otherwise, it may trigger immediately. Buy stop: Although more commonly used as an exit strategy, stop orders can also be used to enter a position once it reaches or surpasses a particular price threshold.

How do you set a trigger price?

For example, you buy 100 shares at a price of Rs 350. You put a Stop Loss order to minimize your losses in case the share price goes down. Your trigger price is Rs 345 and the limit price is Rs 340. Now as soon as the share price reaches 345 or goes below, a Sell order will be automatically placed by the system.

What is trigger pricing?

Trigger price is the price at which your buy or sell order becomes active for execution at the exchange servers. In other words, once the price of the stock hits the trigger price set by you, the order is sent to the exchange servers.

What is OCO trigger?

OCO (One Cancels the Other) trigger

When you buy stocks, you can place an OCO trigger where you can set a stop-loss and target trigger %. When either of the triggers is hit, the order is placed at the exchange and the other trigger is cancelled. You will get the GTT trigger option when you place a CNC buy order.

Can I place a buy and sell order at the same time?

Yes, You can. All you need is Margin for both the orders.

How do I sell stock when it reaches a certain price fidelity?

Stop orders are used to buy and sell after a stock has reached a certain price level. A buy stop order is placed above the current market price, and a sell stop order is placed below the current price (to protect a profit or limit a potential loss).

Can you place two sell orders on the same stock?

Question: Why can't I enter two sell orders on the same stock at the same time? The short answer is, most brokers will disallow this to make sure that you don't double-sell the shares, minimizing both your risk and theirs.

What is the difference between conditional order and limit order?

Once the preset trigger price meets the Last traded price, a conditional market order will be filled immediately, while a conditional limit order will be submitted to the order book and pending for execution. This limit order will, then, only be filled once the last traded price reaches the preset order price.

What is the difference between stop-loss and trigger price?

The Stop Loss Trigger Price (SLTP) is a price entered when a stop-loss order is placed. The stop-loss order is triggered and forwarded to the exchange for execution when the security's price hits the SLTP price. A stop-loss (SL) order is a kind of advance order that is intended to restrict a position's loss.

What is SL trigger price?

When an order has been placed to buy or sell a stock the order is only executed when the stock reaches or crosses a specified price point also known as the 'SL Trigger Price'.

Do market makers see stop orders?

Market Makers Can See Your Stop-Loss Orders

Most newbies place stops that are visible to market makers. So market makers move the stock to the stop-loss levels and take them out. Especially during low volume trading in the middle of the day.

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