Limit order

A limit order is familiar in the world of stockbroking and executing trades.

A limit order is a specific type of order that is placed, and which instructs an amount of a security to either be bought or sold at a specific price. There is most often a time limit attached and if the specific price is not hit during that time, the order does not get executed.

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