The Limit and Stop-Loss Orders – Making Good Use of Market Orders

Are you planning to invest your money in trade? You might be considering futures trading as one of the options for your business venture. However, before fully participating into the futures trading system, it is important to read and search through information that can be useful once you start your trade. Specifically, in the futures market, two major concepts about orders have to be understood by traders. These two concepts include limit and stop-loss orders.

How Does Limit and Stop-Loss Orders Work?

Stop-loss orders are used at a certain price and if the market price amounts to the order price, the order will be considered as a limit order. Hence, stop-loss orders are intended to limit or regulate the amount that a specific trade can lose, which is usually done by making a trade exit if the target price is reached. For instance, an investor may enter a long trade of $4,000 and would place a stop-loss order on $3,950. From this price range, the trader will make a risk in speculating the commodity in fifty points less. If the price will be less that $4,000, the trader will exit in the trade and limits the loss. Stop-loss orders are generally used in futures trading to regulate the loss and manage risks if the trader is in doubt of his price speculation. Continue reading “The Limit and Stop-Loss Orders – Making Good Use of Market Orders”