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What is a Contingent Order type? Users are also allowed to place their own contingency order type. This is an order that is in some way linked and ‘contingent’ on the triggering of another order. The options that clients have…

Users are also allowed to place their own contingency order type. This is an order that is in some way linked and ‘contingent’ on the triggering of another order. The options that clients have as it comes to contingent orders…

An order's time-in-force option determines the time frame in which the order would execute. There are four different time-in-force options you can choose from within the Entry Order or Market Order window in Trading Station: Day – activates your Entry…

Your strategy may require you to cut losses at a certain point. Stop orders execute similarly to Stop entry orders, but get you out of the market, rather than in. Stop Orders guarantee execution, but not a particular price. To…

Your strategy may require you to take profits at a certain point. Limit orders execute similarly to Limit entry orders, but get you out of the market, rather than in. Limit Orders guarantee the specified price (or better), but not…

A Close Range order functions exactly like an Close Market order with the added benefit of allowing traders to set an “acceptable” range at which they would like to be filled. Close range orders are ideal for limiting negative slippage.…

This order functions exactly like an open market order with the added benefit of allowing traders to set an “acceptable” range at which they would like to be filled. Open range orders are ideal for limiting negative slippage.  To place…

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