What do you mean by Market Orders and Limit Orders?

The Ultimate Guide to Market Orders vs. Limit Orders. The main difference between a market order and a limit order is that market orders trigger the immediate purchase or sale of a stock at its current market value, whereas limit orders allow you to delay transactions until the stock meets a specified price. The advantage of a limit order is that the share is bought at the desired price. Let’s discuss more about this through our Infographic.


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Arunava Chatterjee
Founder of INVESMATE. I am a Certified Research Analyst, Value & Growth Investor, Trainer and Tech Entrepreneur. With 15 years of capital market experience, I have trained 10000+ students on INVESMATE. I have created several YouTube videos, mostly related to in-depth fundamental analysis.


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