Types of Orders

Types Of Orders


Market Orders

Executed immediately based on 'bid' or 'ask'

BID is the price a buyer is willing to pay for an asset

ASK is the price a seller is willing to accept for an asset

Spread is the difference between the lowest ask price and

Market Execution

Limit Order

An order to buy or sell at a target price or better

1- Buying at a price lower than the market price

Buy Limit

2- Selling higher than market price

Sell Limit

Stop Market Order

Triggered at specified price, executed at market and used as an entry stop

1- Buying at higher than the current price

Buy Stop

2- Stop loss on a buy position

Sell Stop


1- Taking a counter position

2- Does not require additional margin

3- Taking the opposite side of a position

4- Locking profits

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Whilst leverage enables traders to magnify their profits on successful trades, it is possible to sustain significant losses,around 78% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs.
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