Stock is at $9.30. I place a limit buy for the next day at $9, trying to add a bit to my position in case prices dip. But the stock is actually going ex-dividend the next day, and the dividend is a big one, $1 per share. So they automatically drop the starting share trading price by $1 per share, to $8.30 per share. Does my limit order automatically get adjusted to $8 per share, i.e. it properly takes into account the $1 dividend and hence $1 stock price reduction? Or does it ignore this, so I literally have a $9 limit order out there, ready to be taken advantage of, that can fill anywhere from $9 to $8.30 since the stock opens at $8.30? Thanks!!!