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Market on close (MOC) is a market order that specifically means you want to be filled in the closing range. A buy order is typically filled at the high of the closing range and a sell order at the low of the closing range. You usually need to get this order to the floor at least 10 to 15 minutes before the market closes to ensure that the filling floor broker has enough time to organize his or her deck and execute the order to those specific instructions.
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Limit orders have specific price instructions, requiring them to be filled at the designated price or better. For example, if you enter a buy limit order, it needs to be filled at or below that price and cannot be filled at a higher price. In effect, you are saying you will pay x price but no more. If you enter a sell limit order, it needs to be filled at the specific price you designate or higher. The fill cannot be at a lower price, but it could be higher than you specified, depending on price action at the time. These orders set specific prices where you want to enter or exit the market. Generally, the market needs to trade through your price area to ensure a fill. If you absolutely must have a fill, you may want another type of order as there is no guarantee that a limit order will be filled, even if your designated price is touched. You should also be aware of the fact that floor brokers are typically not held to execute these limit orders during the opening and closing ranges. For example, if you placed a limit order before the open to buy 10 contracts of March Corn at 2.18 and the low of the day was 2.17, you could expect to be filled on your order unless it was in the opening or closing range or in a fast market condition.
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Although they often are called stop-loss orders and are associated with getting out of a losing position, a stop is an excellent order to use to either enter a new position or get out of a current position. A buy stop is an order that
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is always placed above the current market price. If the market trades at or above your specific price, it turns your stop order into a market order to buy at the next best available price. A sell stop is an order that is always placed below the current market price. If the market trades at or below your specific price, it turns your stop order into a market order to sell at the next best available price. A small detail should be noted here. Some exchanges rule that the market does not need to actually trade at your price. Rather, a bid at or above a buy stop can elect your order, and an offer to sell at or below your sell stop can elect your order. That factor may not mean much to you now, but when your sell stop gets elected and is the low of the day or your buy stop is filled at the high of the day, it will. Check regularly with your broker for current rules and specific market conditions of each exchange and the products that you wish to trade. When a stop order is used as a stop-loss to get you out of a position, it is often a mechanical order to get you out of the market if a certain target price is hit. There are no guarantees that this type of order will get you out of the market, mainly due to certain market conditions, and there are no guarantees that you will be filled at the price you specify in your order. The market could reach your price, activating your order, but the next price available might be some distance away a phenomenon known as slippage, which you must expect in your trading. A stop order in a fast market or a limit-down period or in thin overnight trading especially may or may not be filled at a good price or filled at all. Under normal market conditions this is still a good tool and you should be in the habit of using stops for risk management purposes. Trailing stops usually refers to moving the price of your stop order up or down as the market moves in your favor and you want to lock in a profit or reduce a loss. Entering a market position using a stop is effective when trading technical chart points. If prices appear to be in a channel and you only want to buy if the market trades above a resistance point, then you might place a buy stop above that area to enter a long position if the market moves that high. In other words, you are waiting until the market proves that it may go higher by surpassing a certain price or chart point. Of course, the opposite is true for a sell stop. If you only want to sell once the market price trades below a support point, you would place a sell stop below that area to enter a short position, waiting until the market proves that it may go lower by surpassing a certain price or chart point.
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