I use Merrill Edge but I find that the types of orders available to investors are quite limited. I would like to see the list of types of orders available for each major brokerage firms.
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Basic order types available at brokers include:
Some traditional discount brokers (like Ameritrade) offer additional order types:
- Stop to open
- Stop-limit to open
- Fill or kill/all or none
- One cancels other
For more than that you have to look into platforms for traders such as:
Interactive Brokers offers 60+ order types and algos:
TradeStation offers algo apps and the platform allows you to construct your own.