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Should I Use a Limit or Stop Limit Order to Sell a Position Once It Reaches Price Objective

I have a position in stock options in my account at Schwab and I want to submit a GTC order to sell half the position when it reaches my price objective (or better). It seems that I can submit either ...
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Question about trailing buy stops

So either the conditionals I set aren't triggering properly or I'm not understanding them properly. For example, I have a conditional for a stock called EGO, and the conditional was OTO. I had it set ...
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Stop Limit Order

if I have a stop limit order GTC, and the market closes. What happens to that stop limit order the next morning if the opening price is lower that my stop limit price?
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Do stop orders get triggered by stock splits?

Situation 1: Suppose I have a stop-loss order in place, and the company's shares split 2 for 1. As a result of the split, the company's share price will halve. Will the stop-loss order be triggered? ...
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Schedule to sell a stock when it reaches a higher price (though not guarantee to sell it at that price)

Suppose I have a stock with price $30. I want to trigger selling it as long as it reaches $35 (even though it might be executed at say $34.7). Is there such an option in any brokerage (such an option ...
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Do market makers try to take out stop orders?

I have read many stock related forums over the years. One thing I have seen many people say is that they refuse to use stop orders because they don't want the market makers to "take out their stop". ...
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Why use a stop-limit order instead of a limit order?

"A limit order is an order to buy or sell a stock at a specific price or better. A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower, and a sell limit order can only be executed at ...