I'm not exactly sure how stop limit orders work. It would be great if someone could clarify a few things for me in relation to the linked example: http://postimg.org/image/fx6wsxwxj 1) If I placed a sell stop limit order at 151.00 with an offset of 2 ticks, does this mean I could have been filled anywhere from 151.00 - 150.98? 2) If I had gotten filled at 150.98, does this mean I would have been instantly down 2 ticks in P/L because my trigger price was at 151.00? Or would I have been at break even at the time of fill? Essentially, do I have to pay for the ticks between my trigger price and my fill price? 3) Are stop limit orders placed in a queue at the exchange like normal limit orders? As in, the further away from the market I place my stop limit order, the faster it will be filled once triggered? 4) Assuming I am usually placing my stop limit orders 3 ticks above/below the current market price, am I likely to get my trigger price (151.00 in the example) on a market like 6e using only 2 contracts? Thanks!