Comment on Pre-market/Post-market/After-market Orders

Nithin Kamath commented on 06 Sep 2015, 06:59 PM

1. Yes your buy order will become like a market order, if you place a limit order with a price higher than market, it becomes a market order.
2. Yep
3. Yep
4. Instead of keeping a limit buy at 7670, you can place a SL-m buying order with trigger at 7670. So unless market opens above 7670, it won’t be bought.

AMO and bracket orders are not related at all. AMO or after market order is a way to place orders once the market is closed for next day.

Bracket orders is an execution order type, u can check here:

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