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hi guys, newbie here so this is probably a silly question, and im pretty new to investing and have never placed a trade before, ive only just opened my share dealing account so its all new to me. im looking to invest long term, 1-5 years if the company's right. so when i was placing a bid and notices GTC was 90 days and i wondered how that work with me wanting to invest for longer? what order type do i need? thank in advance xx 

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