Discussion

N Crawford from Missouri posted about 1 year ago:

SSR says it is always safer to employ limit orders. If you are buying, you have to set the limit price below the current market price. This means if the stock starts rising, your order will never be executed. Since your buy recommendations are based on stocks that you expect to rise in price, using limit buy orders seems questionable. I can envision using limit buy orders on many of the stocks you recommend with the result that none of them are ever purchased because they all go up in price and the order is never executed. Vice versa for limit sell orders. So my question is: why are you recommending limit orders?


Dave OBrien from Virginia posted 11 months ago:

Like the idea of adding/subtracting penny to expedite limit orders. TY


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