Getting to know the different stock order types can help you make smarter investments. Choosing the appropriate stock order type can help you get better prices and can help ensure that you only enter trades and exit trades at points that you’ve deemed advantageous.
Yesterday we started talking about stock order types. I started you off with the basics. We talked about some things you should consider before choosing a stock order type. Let’s start today with looking at limit orders.
To make the best decisions as an investor, it’s important to educate yourself on the different types of stock orders. In this article, I’ll cover some of the key types of stock orders, and how they can best be used to maximize your trading potential.
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Curious about the top brokers for mobile trading? Here are some of my thoughts on the most prominent platforms.
Sometimes I don’t feel like lugging around a laptop, and that’s why I think mobile trading is awesome. Here, I’ll dig into the benefits of mobile trading and how to choose the best app to suit your trading preferences and lifestyle.
Though I’m opposed to using arbitrage, you can still familiarize yourself with the concept so you’re aware it exists. I’m all for education, so let’s look at a few distinct types of arbitrage and how they play out in the market.
I’ll walk you through the definition of arbitrage and how some traders use it successfully. However, I want to warn you up front that arbitrage is not without risk. In fact, it’s one of the least reliable plays you can make — and if you do use it, your trading fees can quickly swallow your profits.
We already took a look at the overall relationship between unemployment and the stock market. The two directly impact each other in some rather surprising ways. Today we’ll discuss the unemployment rate fluctuations and what they mean for you as a trader.