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Buy Stop Limit

This says, “Don’t buy the stock unless it hits 65 or more, but I won’t pay more than 67.”

Used by traders who believe that if a stock gaps from below 65 to above 67 the most likely move in the next day or so will be back down as the market corrects for what would otherwise be an overbought condition.

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Sell Stop-Limit
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Trailing Stop
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