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What is the difference between a limit and market order?

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What is the difference between a limit and market order? ★ SUMMARY ★ Market order Think of a market order as paying the market price when buying or really selling a stock, meaning you would pay whatever price is necessary to get your shares. Limit order When it comes to a limit order, you get to specify the price you want to pay for the stock. You get favorable pricing, but you may not get filled with your order if your price is not met. When should you use market order or limit order? When do you use one of the other? Well, market order is great if you need to get into a stock right away, really fast, typically day trading, and you’re trading liquid stocks. Posted at: http://investinghelpdesk.com/66-difference-between-a-limit-market-order/ ★ SHARE THIS VIDEO ★ https://youtu.be/b16FbUq-suc ★ SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE: ★ http://bit.ly/addtradersfly ★ ABOUT TRADERSFLY ★ TradersFly is a place where I enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience about the stock market, trading, and investing. Stock trading can be a brutal industry especially if you are new. Watch my free educational training videos to avoid making large mistakes and to just continue to get better. Stock trading and investing is a long journey - it doesn't happen overnight. If you are interested to share some insight or contribute to the community we'd love to have you subscribe and join us! STOCK TRADING COURSES: -- http://tradersfly.com/courses/ STOCK TRADING BOOKS: -- http://tradersfly.com/books/ WEBSITES: -- http://rise2learn.com -- http://criticalcharts.com -- http://investinghelpdesk.com -- http://tradersfly.com -- http://backstageincome.com -- http://sashaevdakov.com SOCIAL MEDIA: -- http://twitter.com/criticalcharts/ -- http://facebook.com/criticalcharts/ MY YOUTUBE CHANNELS: -- TradersFly: http://bit.ly/tradersfly -- BackstageIncome: http://bit.ly/backstageincome
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vivien danskin (24 days ago)
This is a great platform for order entries. Brilliant explanation really can't understand why there's thumbs down as this is the best and right way to do it
Jordan (2 months ago)
what program is that? thanks! very helpful video. etrade is forcing me to do limit orders on a particular stock (im guessing so all the big guys can get their after-hours orders in). hoping when the market opens i get what i want :)
this is the thinkorswim platform. I also use the tc2000 platform that you can take a look at all our resources on our website
Sherrie Vitello (4 months ago)
Wonderful information Sasha! It helps a lot with my understanding the differences. Thanks!  Happy trading! :)
Twomonthago (6 months ago)
Good vid... no background music, crazy introduction. Well made and understandable.
Andrew Baccola (6 months ago)
Please explain more order types in another video, thanks very helpful
Tech Talk (7 months ago)
WHATS THAT APP CALLED
Matt Gray (2 months ago)
Looks like Think or Swim by TD Ameritrade
Jacob Cooley (7 months ago)
limit orders are asking for a specific price limit or better(sell $1 or higher), but can you place an order for only a specific price(only $1) no more or less, in the market? would you be able to directly negotiate with another buyer in this way OTC?
Raining City (8 months ago)
Hi sasha. Hope your having a great day. :) I followed your advice with an account of $1500. My account is now at the moment $6,200 and growing at $126 a day. I just want to thank you and may God bless you and your family for helping me become financially free. If their us anything I can do. Please let me know.
Raining City (8 months ago)
Hi sasha. Hope your having a great day. :) I followed your advice with an account of $1500. My account is now at the moment $6,200 and growing at $126 a day. I just want to thank you and may God bless you and your family for helping me become financially free. If their us anything I can do. Please let me know.
Xtra Miles (9 months ago)
very great explanation
Tuncay (9 months ago)
thanks for videos I should had watch this before feb 1 just did not get $10K profit
Brandon Beavis Investing (9 months ago)
Awesome vid. Very clear and thorough
Lester Borge (10 months ago)
very nice of everyone who bought into amazon during the time this video was uploaded. i, in 2018 believe amazon's current stock of $1,296 is still the beginning of this amazing company. I believe it will not be ran by people who private brand but instead be its own private brander company without the need to use other companies to fulfill their inventory. Who knows, but I think amazon is the company that will have a shot to do this.
Rez (10 months ago)
Nice video sir 👍 I Kindly Thank You 🤠📈💱👏
M- Nice (10 months ago)
Is there a minimum order of 300 stellar? That seems like a lot and only 30 ripples
M- Nice (10 months ago)
Stock price......
Hollie Dave (10 months ago)
HI. What is the program you are using? How much to they charge per month? thanks
Hollie Dave (10 months ago)
Thank you for the comment. Jacob
Jacob Abhola (10 months ago)
TD Ameritrade/$6.5 commissions per trade
Steve Minott (1 year ago)
Is it ok to set a sell stop order above the entry price when trading volatile stocks?
KimChiTofu (1 year ago)
how do you sell your stock on td ameritrade by T-Stop % and $? Let's say a penny stock is .18 cents and when the market open, i know that the price will go up to 20 cents by mid day it will go to 24 cents. So let's say i want to sell my stock by 22 cents, how do you set it with T-Stop $ to sell when the price reaches 22 cents?
John Carroll (1 year ago)
Awesome, cheers dude
Gordon Talents (1 year ago)
Hey Sasha, So limit orders or stop-loss order and others they must be filled first? For example if current price is 34.73 and my limit order is set 35.88. So, it has to reach to the exact same limit number in order to execute or if 2-5 cents different(more lets say) still will be executed??? Please enlighten us! Thanks :)
Artemis Perez (1 year ago)
Hi Sasha, How does the "buy - market order" relate to the current "ask" price? Does a market order automatically buy at the ask price? I've seen instances were sales take place in between the market price and ask price. Current Price $3.25 and a sale takes place at $3.28 with the nearest ask price $3.30. Ex: I want to buy 200 shares, market order. Current Price : $3.25 Seller ask price : $3.30 - 200 shares Will I buy [email protected]$3.25, [email protected]$3.30, or somewhere in between? Thanks for the great videos.
lpward90 (1 year ago)
Thank you SO much. This was confusing me to the extreme & couldn't find anyone to thoroughly explain & also show me how this works. You did that perfectly, thank you.
Richard Bates (1 year ago)
Hi, I placed an order to buy 10,000 shares at the market price when it was 365 and my order executed at 369. I wanted to sell at 369... Why did that happen? Please Help.. I had a big loss at that trade. Shouldn't the executed price have been 356? I could see the price go high in the executed price section until the status changed to fully executed. Is it because even though I placed the order at 365, there weren't 10,000 shares at that price and just 5000? Doest it only get executed when ALL shares are available at that price only? Also, does it mean that even if I limit my order, it won't get executed UNTIL all 10k shares are available at THAT price even though the current price is same as the limit price I placed my order at?
Taylor Trabert (1 year ago)
Why does a market order go in so fast and a limit order usually settles please explain
AJN81 (1 year ago)
Sasha Evdakov ok I get that so far but when you do sell a limit order do you get that amount right away a or wait for someone to buy for that price? Thx
Vincent Chan (1 year ago)
Really helpful ! You just earn yourself a subscriber!
Mr D (1 year ago)
Awesome vid! Subscribed :-)
WBR 100 (1 year ago)
Sasha, I'm familiar with Market Orders, I can sell at any time with them. Does this also apply with Limit Orders? Lets say I set my limit and I was able to buy at that limit, can I sell at any time I see fit? Thanks in advance and thanks for the video
WBR 100 (1 year ago)
Perfect. My order was filled today! Now to wait til the time is right. Thanks again
samadeus (1 year ago)
Great video! what software is it? and would be great to see same for stop and stop limit
BadCow (1 year ago)
Great stuff Sasha, thanks man.
Fsx767 (1 year ago)
So if you buy a market order for 1 share for $12, and then say the next day when the market closes and instead of just $12 per share, it's now something like $24, you made 12 dollars off of that correct? Because it's a market order, it just ends when the market closes that day? May have been a dumb question, but I'm a little confused on that basic part.
Larry Tk (1 year ago)
Thanks for clearing that up Sasha! For some reason I always thought that in order to set a limit order, I had to set the price lower than the Market price, when in reality, I could set it both higher OR lower than market price.
Michael Perry (2 years ago)
So, glad that you did a lesson on this for the people that would have a hard time figuring it out. I did when I first started. Using limit order helps keep you focused in on your plan and not be all over the place and chasing stocks. Great Job Sasha!
jeremy either (2 years ago)
Sasha, would a limit order be practical in such a scenario that you could predict a variable low using arbitrary points of reference concerning growth potential. In this manner you purchase the stock at what u predict its lowest price will be in he near future. or am I way off the mark here?
jeremy either (2 years ago)
+Sasha Evdakov (TradersFly) sorry I realized how ambiguous it sounded. I have a bad habit for that. Im delighted you responded and lovr your channel btw. Never mind next time ill be more clear.
Amaz Ingman (2 years ago)
Thanks a lot Sasha.
Egor Gorshenin (2 years ago)
Do you trade with ToS?
Brandon Wright (2 years ago)
sasha quick question about tech analysis where can I email you or contact you.

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