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Limit orders


Pretty sure I'm been a little bit stupid.

I'm new to this IG and never used platform.

Could someone please advise.

If I place an order on a stock and want to let it run for a few weeks what is the best or cheapest way to execute order as I don’t seem to be able to place a market order good TIL cancelled, also could someone tell me the cost of consideration on a limit order or even just what it is (not heard of this before).

Thank you .

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If your order is 'filled' over more than one day then each day you would be charged a dealing fee for each day a fill is achieved.  This could add up if expecting to leave it on over a week or so.  Better to just await your price then quote to trade = 1 dealing fee.

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