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STOCK ORDER TYPES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
07/24/2017

The Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of Investor Education and Advocacy recently issued an investor bulletin to help educate investors about the different types of orders they can use to buy and sell stocks through a brokerage firm. The general descriptions represent some of the common order types and trading instructions that investors may use to buy and sell stocks. Please note, order types and trading instructions available to you may differ between brokerage firms. Some brokerage firms may not offer some of the order types and trading instructions described. Also, some brokerage firms may offer additional order types and trading instructions not described in the bulletin. You should contact your brokerage firm to determine which types of orders and trading instructions it has available for buying and selling stocks as well the firm’s specific policies regarding the use of these orders and trading instructions ... HIGHLIGHTED EVENT: Want to learn more about investing? Attend an AAII Local Chapter Meeting near you ...

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