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  1. Stock market orders: As more and more investors start to trade online to take benefit of the decreased transaction costs and the convenience, it is significant for them to be completely conversant with the methodology of putting buy and sell instructions with their brokers. Market Order: This is the quickest and the simplest method of putting an alignment and getting it fulfilled. In a market alignment, you instruct the broker to buy or sell at the current price at the instant of execution. Limit Order: The limit alignment is an alignment in which you instruct the broker to buy or to deal at a specific cost. If your cost is not available, the transaction will not go through. Stop Loss Order: Halt decreasees are benchmark risk management practices that avert you from taking large losses on open-ended positions. Trailing Stop Order: This functions in a alike fashion to a stoploss alignment except that it is used to protect a earnings rather than comprise a decrease. Good Till Called Off Order: This means that the order extends to to be in effect until you annul. This is used in conjunction with other orders to command the timing.
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