What is a limit order?

What is a limit order?

A limit order is a type of order to either buy or to sell a security at a specified price. The order will either get executed at the limit price mentioned by you at the time of order placement or would not get executed at all. If the price does not reach the limit price, the order will remain pending until cancelled at the end of the day.
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