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For a share I hold  there is only one type of order available : limit -day. Other shares have more options like stop-market or limit_GTC. Why ?

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Can I second this query please? I am having the exact issue with some of the shares - there does not seem to be an 'order' screen or additional options (e.g. set stop loss) as per original thread post.

Can someone advise?

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