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Basic order - a market order that will execute from 3PM the next day the market is open if placed outside of market opening hours.

Instant order - a market order that will execute right away when the market is open.

Limit order - a market order that will attempt to execute when the price reaches a set limit price. The order would only execute at or better than the limit price.

Stop loss - a market order that will execute if a share price falls to or below the price defined. Orders will be executed at the best available price at the time.

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Basic order - a market order that will execute from 3PM the next day the market is open if placed outside of market opening hours.

Instant order - a market order that will execute right away when the market is open.

Limit order - available for whole shares only, limit orders will execute when the price reaches a set limit price. The order would only execute at or better than the limit price.

Triggered order - available for fractional shares, a triggered order will go through as a market order when the price requested is met. Orders will be executed at the best available price at the time.

Triggered stop loss - a market order that will execute if a share price falls to or below the price defined. Orders will be executed at the best available price at the time.

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