How to place a market order on FYERS Web?

How to place a market order on FYERS Web?

A market order is placed to buy or sell stocks and investments at the best available price in the market at a particular time. You can place a market order in Fyers, effortlessly:


1. Go to the scrip you wish to place an order in and click on the Blue (Buy) or Red (Sell) button as highlighted below for the order panel to pop up:



2. Enter the desired quantity, tick the box ‘Buy at market price’ and click on ‘Buy’ as displayed in the image below: 




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