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Hi. I am able to place a Stop Entry Order Type where an order will only be activated when the price reaches a certain level in the iOS app.  But I cannot seem to do it in the web browser. Can anyone help?

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Hi @jomni,  not sure how the app works but on the web platform the deal and order tickets are on the chart right hand side.

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That's what I'm seeing. But it doesn't have the toggle for "Limit" or "Stop" Order Type. I was able to make that appear in the iOS. It's called "Advanced Options" in Settings.

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Whether limit or stop to open, the order type is selected automatically and depends on which side of price you set the price level to open.

In the pic above if you select 'sell' below price it must be a stop order, if you select 'buy' below price it must be a limit order.

 

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Ah, that's great. I'm was apprehensive and thought it will execute at the market.

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10 hours ago, TheInvenstor said:

Hi Jomni, do you find the answer? How do we toggle 'limit' and 'stop' at the web platform? Thanks

HI, as above there is no'toggle' to choose between limit and stop orders, the platform works out which by comparing if it's a buy or sell order and the entry price and current price.

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