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Didn't there used to be a market option, to just buy now at the going price. Now I only see the limit option, meaning I either overpay to it doesn't execute.

    I hope there is a way for me to find this post again if anyone replies. This entire site is incomprehensible. How to see a list of topics? How to see a list of my investments? How to just buy an investment, ticker, price, done. Blah, on the lookout for a better service.

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