Let's say I'm looking to buy a stock on a dip. So the stock closes at $16. I put a limit order at $15.75 for the next day. However, I was not aware that the stock was going to go ex dividend the next day, to the tune of a $.50 dividend. So the stock drops $15.50 via the ex-dividend, and I bought in at anywhere from $15.75 to $15.50, although if I had known the stock was going ex-dividend my limit order to achieve my buy on the dip strategy would have been $15.25. Is there a limit order (or something similar) which will specifically take the drop in stock price via the ex dividend into account and adjust accordingly? Thanks!