Discussion in 'Trading' started by trade_addict, Jul 16, 2003.
Are there any brokers that allow stop orders in after hours trading?
Think about your question!!! You need buyers if you want to sell. Or sellers if you want to buy. How can there be a stop if there is no "real" market?
Who are you going to sell to? Or buy from? What if one share trades at a price below your sell stop? What does that mean?
Trade_addict? Trading should not be an addiction. You need to know how it works. It isn't a game. And after-hours is NOT when anyone who doesn't understand this should ever be trading at all.
You can do stop limit only, there is no market orders.
With IB you can enable stop orders outside NYSE trading hours (not recommended).
Native stop limit orders are active during Globex trading hours RTH and ETH.
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