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Besides the psychological risk of not following the mental stops, are there other risks to this stop strategy? Recently I’ve been hearing of people having their stop limit orders being triggered prematurely, and now thinking of going with the mental stop. I trade Delta 5, 25 wide Iron Condors on SPX
With the news of cs changing the limit order to 3500. There will be a wave of shills pretending to be angry. Pretending that it makes a difference. But in reality it changes nothing. The only reason we have gotten this far is DRS. This is their hail mary move to try and slow it down.
I'm not the most knowledgeable about market mechanics. Feel free to correct me if I get anything wrong. But I do understand the hedgies fud playbook. We knew that the closer we got to the end the gloves would come off. This limit buy change does nothing. Shills will want you to think it does. Scare you into not drs'ing because "you only get 3500". I already saw them in the thread with their talking points. The reality is that during moass if the price is in the millions and you put a limit sell for 3500, you will get a sell for millions due to NBBO. I don't agree with market sell but thats me personally. But a market sell will most likely get you rugged. There will be people/institutions low balling during moass if you market sell there is a possibility of getting low balled. Even though the current bid could be in the millions someone could snipe your shares during the volatility. Market orders are meant to be filled as fast as possible. In the end no one knows what will happen. But this should not discourage people from DRS. This is 100% fuckery by the broker and not CS. Pulling shares out of hedgies hands to stop them from printing more synthetics is what has helped us get this far. This is the reason given for the change. Also if the price rises higher than the limit they will raise it again I imagine. "The change has become necessary because the volume of very high limit orders being placed through our systems has increased significantly over the last six months and is now so high that the total value of open orders risks exceeding the overall risk cap set by our broker. A high proportion of these limit orders (which mostly span just two securities) are submitted at limits that are many thousands of times the prevailing market price for the relevant security. Whenever those limit orders do not execute, they negatively impact the overall risk cap calculation." National Best Bid and Offer Information https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/nbbo.asp Market order vs Limit order information https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/100314/whats-difference-between-market-order-and-limit-order.asp Edit: I just want to mention another tactic that I want to mention since they will likely shift upon seeing this thread. They will question everything, even if they are given an answer they will continue to try and sow doubt. It is reasonable to ask questions. But you can tell by how someone writes something if they are legitimately confused or just trying to fud people. I know there are legitimately angry people. But to them I say I understand you but this changes nothing. If you feel overwhelmed reddit isn't the best place to express it because there are people looking to take advantage of that. It's best to do things with a clear head.
What is a stop loss order and how do I use one in forex trading?
https://preview.redd.it/sv9hwmt7na1a1.png?width=800&format=png&auto=webp&s=540d90d47dc71eccebbb90d34b903b8bdbd85b50 A stop loss is an order placed with a broker to close a trade once the currency pair reaches a certain price. This is done to limit losses in case the market moves against the trader. There are a few things to consider when placing a stop-loss order. First, you need to decide where to place your stop loss. A good rule of thumb is to place your stop loss at a level that is below a recent low if you are long a currency pair, or above a recent high if you are short a currency pair. Second, you need to decide how much risk you are willing to take. Your stop loss should be placed at a level that you are comfortable with, but remember that the larger the stop loss, the greater the chance that your position will be closed out prematurely. Third, you need to decide what your profit target is. Once your position hits your profit target, you can close out your position and take your profits. Stop loss orders can be a useful tool in forex trading. https://supermarketfx.com/what-is-a-stop-loss-order-and-how-do-i-use-one-in-forex-trading
Does anybody know of forex brokers that US residents can use that offer stop-limit orders? It seems weird that I would need to try to program some way to implement stop-limit orders and not have an option automatically. My current broker for forex is OANDA.
I placed a limit order w/ a stop loss order, and when the order executed I was profiting(green) so I decided that I wanted to sell however it would not let me sell and this error message would come up, does anybody know how to prevent this from occurring next time. It sucks bc I lost money.
Let's discuss market orders vs. stop limit orders when trying to buy into a stock in a momentum based strategy
I am developing a strategy that aims to purchase a stock as it breaks through the price at 10% above the daily open, and I am deliberating between two potential buy-in mechanisms: 1) Set a stop limit order through my broker (Alpaca) that gets triggered once the buy price is reached. Pros: Simple to implement, guaranteed that the target buy price has actually been hit. Cons: If the price breaks through the target too quickly, the order will not get filled (and this will only happen with potentially winning trades, whereas the order will fill for all losing trades) 2) Monitor the ask through a websocket (I use polygon.io) and place a market buy as soon as the ask hits the target buy price. Pros: Potentially less slippage relative to the backtest, and a guarantee that my order will execute. Cons: The ask could get front run for fractions of a penny and I might end up buying at a "better" price which is less than my target price. This sounds potentially attractive, but my trading strategy is based heavily on the thesis that this 10%-above-open price will be hit. In this scenario, I could end up buying into a stock that has not yet reached that price, deviating from my backtests. I know that there is no correct answer and that is depends on a lot of factors, but that is why I have made this post. What does it depend on? I would love to hear your thoughts and start a discussion. For some further context I am looking only at very high volume stocks ($100M daily volume)
I have been trading forex for a short time now and wondering if there is anyway of automatically placing a sell stop/ limit or buy stop/limit order only the price has already moved past the sell stop price. For example; I put a sell limit order in at 0.555. The price is currently 0.444. But I only want the sell limit to be executed once the price has already passed the 0.555 and the come back down to it. In theory catching the sell limit as the price is on the way down rather than the way up. Forgive me if none of this makes sense. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers.
Sorry for being a noob, does this picture correctly show me placing a stop limit order? In case the options falls and say, I’m not watching the market time so it sells to help save me loss %. So that 1.25 would be my sell price until Dec 2nd if triggered right?
Big O for nested query vs ORDER BY 1, LIMIT 1 - Specific example on Postgre
Hello! I have a question to "find the year that had the most items sold" from a DB called Orders. The dates of sale are in YYY MM DD HH MM SS format so I used DATE_PART('year'...) to pull out the years as only the years. The date is in the field occurred_at The following is likely the easiest method, but I inherently dislike ordering data, then limiting the results to 1 so I was trying to get the same result by sub-querying.
SELECT DATE_PART('year', occurred_at) AS year, COUNT(*) AS num_orders FROM orders GROUP BY 1 ORDER BY 2 DESC LIMIT 1; Results: year num_orders 2016 3757 <---------------- Maximum year is 2016 2015 1725 2014 1306 2013 99 2017 25
Now to get it done by subquery my thought process was get a query that finds the MAX of that query above without any LIMITing
SELECT MAX(num_orders) FROM ( SELECT DATE_PART('year', occurred_at) AS Year, COUNT(*) AS num_orders FROM orders GROUP BY 1 ) AS q1 Result; max 3757
So now then I would assume I could do some form of WHERE something = something to get the result of 2016 back by itself? My ultimate question, then, is is this form of subquerying even worth it for compute resources? I feel like the subquery gets the results, and then I'm trying to limit them anyway which doing through a comparison is likely more resource consuming than just doing a ORDER BY, LIMIT 1 to get the MIN or ORDER BY DESC, LIMIT 1 for MAX...
I can't seem to understand the concept. I have some stock I bought at example $50. Yesterday they were $150. Today they are $100. I want them to automatically sell if they go down to $50 again to cut losses beyond that and break even. What would stop sell vs limit sell do here?
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