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Sell Stop-Limit

This is a version of the Sell Stop. This order says, “Don’t sell the shares unless they trade at 60 or less, but I won’t accept less than 58.”

Additional Comments:

99.9% of the time these orders work fine, but occasionally a stock will “gap” from (i.e.) 60.10 to 57.70 because of some very bad news. If this happened the order would have been triggered because the stock was below 60, but would not have been filled because the shares would also be below 58.

Related Terms:

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Sell Stop
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