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I have yet to buy my first share for myself. I shall be buying for investment for the moment ie buy low first and hopefully sell high later.

I notice that I must pick an order type when placing an order.  I have found 6 order types that I could choose from.

Is there any education on the IG site that tells me the pros and cons of each. I can find about CFD and spread betting but as yet nothing about the basics of my first purchase.
 
Which Order Type would you recommend for a newbie like me.

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16 minutes ago, Philipus said:

Is there any education on the IG site that tells me the pros and cons of each. I can find about CFD and spread betting but as yet nothing about the basics of my first purchase.

Hi @Philipus,   take a look at this page for share dealing order types on IG;

https://www.ig.com/uk/help-and-support/investments/share-dealing-and-isas/what-types-of-order-do-you-offer-for-share-dealing

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