thinking about doing commodities trading with Interactive Brokers. I am remembering from reading threads quite sometime ago that Interactive Brokers wouldn't allow stops on pit traded commodities. ("It's because we care about you.." was the stated rationale, or some such.) wondering if that is still the case...more importantly, how does IB perform in pit trading? i love their rates and general reputation. I traded options and stocks with them for a few years a couple of years ago. I am now ready to do commodities and am looking for a broker. I'd like to go with the familiar IB, but need more info about IB in the pits. thanks in advance ps any other commodity broker recs or advice welcome. I have been papertrading commodities for two years. I will trade a $25k account. I never risk more than 5%of my bankroll. i have one trade on at a time -- max two, rarely. I understand options. I am a longer-term position trader. I am not a day trader. i have a real problem with not being able to put a stop in place, so that is misgiving with IB.