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It is important to note the difference between "regular" buy / sell orders and "stop-loss" orders in terms of how they enter the order book. Regular buy/sell orders enter the order book immediately after you enter them with your broker. The orders then sit in the order-book and wait there until they get "hit". Imagine the price is 100 and you want to buy at ...


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It depends: Does the exchange support Stop orders? Some do, some don't. You can find it in exchange's documentation. If the answer is "no" but your broker offers it, then Stop orders are managed either by your broker (on the "server side") or maybe by your trading platform (on the "client side"). If the exchange supports Stop orders, then still you need to ...


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