What is the validity of a GTD order?
GTD refers to ‘Good Till Day’. In the event that these orders do not get executed immediately, they remain pending until the end of the trading day. After which, the exchange cancels all the pending orders.
What is the validity of an IOC order?
IOC is referred to as ‘Immediate Or Cancel’. These orders get executed as soon as they are sent to the exchange, failing which they get cancelled. These orders do not remain pending in the system until a suitable match is found. In case, only a ...
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 ...
What is disclosed order quantity?
In normal orders, the entire order quantity is disclosed to the market. But order with a disclosed quantity allows the investor to disclose only a part of the order to the market. For example, Mr. X wants to buy 100000 shares of a stock at the ...
What is a stop-loss order?
It is an order to exit an open position when it reaches a specified price. These orders are designed to limit the investor’s loss.
How to exit my order partially?
Once the order is placed and your desired P&L is attained, you can Exit/Square-off using the ‘x’ option on the chart as shown below: However, if you want to partially exit the open position/s, the above-mentioned method doesn’t apply as the whole ...