Forex brokers with OCO Orders 2020

Paper money options executions on real time data but only seeing delayed data?

I'm a full time day trader with 10+ years of experience of trading forex and futures, recently I decided to expand and learn options trading. My real money account is with a another broker which does not appear to be very good for stocks nor options trading so I opened a paper money account to learn more about trading options and also test drive the platform to see if it would be worth it for me to switch broker or not.
While paper trading options with ToS I was surprised how difficult it was to get filled even at the most popular options such as TSLA 1000 call at either nearest expiration or July monthly, even SPY could be tricky to get filled even at a nice round number price with huge open interest and decent daily volume. Market orders would get me filled way off the delayed price I see on my chart.
Today I got even more confused, I bought two TSLA 950 puts for $11.40 and $13.20 respectively with OCO limit to take profit at $18.00 and $20 with stop loss at $10.00 for both. Soon after buying the first contract TSLA stock dropped and my put shot up to $19-20 but my limit at $18.00 wouldn't fill so after a couple of minutes I cancelled it and entered a new limit order to exit at market with the padlock icon open just to get filled but didn't. When price came down again I bough the second contract and shortly after both contracts got stopped out at 9.85 while my chart showed that price of that option was hovering around $14.
We all know that paper money accounts have delayed data, in the platform it states that data is delayed 20 mins but it always appear to be 15 mins. Of course excatly 15 minutes after I got stopped out the chart and option chain showed my put to be priced at $9.85 which is really weird beacuse;
That would mean that the price quotes in the option chains and on the charts are delayed but the option orders on paper money account are executed based on real time price data, is this correct?
If correct it explains why it was so difficult for me to get filled but also means paper money is not at all as useful to test strategies or simply learning to use ToS effeciently. However it's a relief for me to know I'm not going crazy or really don't know what's going on...
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Another newb question !

Hey guys ! I was playing around with forex trading last night. I’m using think or swim and the paper money account. I was trying to buy a pair - with a custom bracket. Every time I tried the order wouldn’t go through - no matter where I moved the bracket. If I tried with just the standard oco bracket , it would instantly fill / then sell. When I would try the market buy , it would do it - but then when I tried to set a stop loss ( by right clicking the chart , and selecting sell) it would also close my position. Anyone have a similar experience ? I’m a bit scared to use my real account after seeing this - if it matters , I was trading euusd.
I have one more question. The minimum lot size is 10,000 units. It seems that would subtract around 200 US dollars from my play money. How do you know how much money you are using per trade ? 200,000 ( lot size) only seemed to take around 4600 from the play money account.
Sorry for the newb questions , thanks for the help !
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Harmonics Pattern Forex Trading Robot EA

This is an expert adviserobot that places orders based on harmonic patterns (via an external indicator). Whenever a harmonic pattern is detected the EA will place a buy or sell pending order according to the signal type.
Protection from repaints
The EA places pending orders on the initial recognition of the pattern and any repaints by the indicator are ignored. The pending orders will have an expiration time and therefore if the indicator repaints on the opposite direction, it would not cause any harm as the pending order will expire after the set time.
There is also an option to make an OCO (One Cancels Other) order. That means when the pattern first appears, both a buy and a sell pending order are created. (So there will be two buy and sell pending orders from up and down from same distance). If one of the pending orders is activated, the other is deleted.

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The XTRD Megathread

What is XTRD?

XTRD is a technology company that are introducing a new infrastructure that would allow banks, hedge funds, and large institutional traders to easily access cryptocurrency markets.
XTRD is launching three separate products in sequential stages to solve the ongoing problems caused by having so many disparate markets. Firstly a unified FIX API followed by XTRD Dark Pools and finally the XTRD Single Point of Access or SPA.
Our goal is to build trading infrastructure in the cyptospace and become one of the first full service shops in the cryptocurrency markets for large traders and funds.

What are the industry issues?

COMPLEX WEB OF EXCHANGES. A combination of differing KYC policies, means of funding, interfaces and APIs results in a fragmented patchwork of liquidity for cryptocurrencies. Trading in an automated fashion with full awareness of best pricing and current liquidity necessitates the opening and use of accounts on multiple exchanges, coding to multiple API’s, following varying funding and withdrawal procedures. Once those hurdles are cleared, market participants must convert fiat currency to BTC or ETH and then forward the ETH on to an exchange that may not accept fiat, necessitating yet another transaction to convert back to fiat. Major concerns for market participants range from unmitigated slippage and counterparty risk to hacking prevention and liquidity.
HIGH FEES. Execution costs are even more of a factor. Typical exchange commissions are in the 0.1% – 0.25% range per transaction (10 to 25 basis points), but the effective fees are much higher when taking into bid and ask spreads maintained by the exchanges. As most exchanges are unregulated, there is generally no central authority or regulator to examine internal exchange orders that separate proprietary activity from customer activity and ensure fair pricing.
THIN LIQUIDITY. A large institutional order, representing a sizable percentage of daily volume can move the market for a product, and related products in an exchange by a factor of 5-10%. That means a single order to buy $1,000,000 worth of bitcoin can cost an extra $50,000-$100,000 per transaction given a lack of liquidity if not managed correctly and executed on only one exchange. By way of comparison, similar trades on FX exchanges barely move markets a fraction of a percent; those price changes cost traders money, and deter investment.

What are the XTRD solutions?

FIX API
An API is an “Application Programming Interface”, a set of rules that computer programs use to communicate. FIX stands for “Financial Information eXchange”, the API standard used by most financial organizations as the intermediary protocol to communicate amongst disparate systems such as market data, execution, trade reporting, and order entry for the past 25 years.XTRD is fixing the problem of having 100 different APIs for 100 exchanges by creating a single FIX based API for market data and execution – the same FIX API that all current financial institutions utilize.XTRD will leverage our data center presences in DC3 Chicago and NY4 New Jersey to host FIX trading clients and reduce their trading latencies to single milliseconds, a time acceleration of 100x when it comes to execution vs internet. More infrastructure and private worldwide internet lines will be added in 2018 and beyond to enable secure, low latency execution for all XTRD clients, FIX and PRO.
XTRD PRO
XTRD PRO is a professional trading platform that will fix the basic problems with trading across crypto exchanges – the need to open multiple web pages, having to click around multiple windows, only being able to use basic order types, and not seeing all your positions, trades, and market data in one place.XTRD PRO will be standalone, downloadable, robust end-to-end encrypted software that will consolidate all market data from exchanges visually into one order book, provide a consolidated position and order view across all your exchange accounts, and enable client side orders not available on exchanges – keyboard macro shortcuts, VWAP/TWAP, shaving the bid and offer, hit through 1% of the inside, reserve orders that bid 100 but show 1, SMART order routing to best exchange and intelligent order splicing across exchanges based on execution costs net of fees, OCO and OTO, many others.
XTRD SPA
XTRD SPA is the solution to bridge cross-exchange liquidity issues. XTRD is creating Joint Venture partnerships with trusted cryptocurrency exchanges to provide clients on those exchanges execution across other exchanges where they do not have accounts by leveraging XTRD’s liquidity pools.An order placed by a client at CEX.IO, XTRD’s first JV partner, can be executed by XTRD at a different exchange where there may be a better price or higher liquidity for a digital asset. Subsequently, XTRD will deliver the position to CEX.IO and then CEX.IO will deliver the execution to the client, with XTRD acting as just another market participant at the CEX.IO exchange.XTRD does not take custody of funds, we are a technology partner with exchanges. All local exchange rules, procedures, and AML/KYC policies apply.
XTRD DARK
Institutions and large market participants who have large orders of 100 BTC or more generally must execute across multiple markets, increasing their counterparty risk, paying enormous commissions and spreads, and generally having to deal with the vagaries of the crypto space. Alternatives are OTC brokers that charge multiple percents or private peer-to-peer swaps which are difficult to effectuate unless one is deeply in the space.XTRD is launching XTRD DARK – a dark liquidity pool to trade crypto vs fiat that matches buyers and sellers of large orders, discreetly and anonymously, at a much lower cost. Liquidity is not displayed so large orders do not move thin markets as they would publicly. The liquidity will come from direct XTRD DARK participants as well as aggregation of retail order flow into block orders, XTRD’s own liquidity pools, connections with decentralized exchanges to effectuate liquidity swaps, and OTC broker order flow.XTRD is partnering with a fiat banking providebroker dealer to onboard all XTRD DARK participants for the fiat currency custody side with full KYC/AML procedures.

XTRD Tokenomics

Who is XTRD intended for?

XTRD is mainly aimed at major institutions, hedge funds, algorithmic traders who are currently unable to enter the crypto markets.
These firms include companies such as Divisa Capital run by XTRD Advisor Mushegh Tovmasyan.

XTRD Weekly Updates

Upcoming Events

AMA's

Further AMA's will be coming soon!

XTRD In The Media

Resources

More information will be added to this thread as the project develops.
We are currently looking for key community members to assist in building out this thread.
If you are interested please email [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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#liqnet

LIQNET A CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE WITH THE UNIQUE LIQUIDITY POOLING TECHNOLOGY
LIQNET SPECIFICS
THE LEN MECHANISM (LIQUIDITY EXCHANGE NETWORK) LEN (Liquidity Exchange Network) is what makes our exchange unique. This mechanism allows collecting and aggregating buy/sell orders through APIs of 1,2...n exchanges located anywhere in the world and forming a unified order book.LIQNET is a cryptocurrency exchange that uses a unique liquidity gathering mechanism. Find out how it works today in our review.What Is LIQNET?
LIQNET, found online at LIQNET.com, gathers liquidity from other exchanges and allows traders to access this liquidity through a single dashboard. You can take advantage of arbitrage opportunities between exchanges. Or, you can simply use LIQNET to access more liquidity.
The system revolves around the united limit order book, or LOB. You access this order book through the professional LIQNET interface. LIQNET was announced on April 24, 2018. The company is expecting to launch a token sale in May or June 2018.
How Does LIQNET Work?
LIQNET revolves around its limit order book, or LOB, and its LEN mechanism. The Liquidity Exchange Network, or LEN, mechanism prevents liquidity fragmentation by pooling bids and orders from different exchanges. Instead of accessing liquidity from a single cryptocurrency exchange, you can access liquidity from multiple exchanges using the same professional LIQNET dashboard. The main benefit of this higher liquidity is that traders can enjoy a lower bid/ask spread. LEN collects and pools orders from exchange customers like you. Then, it connects those orders with orders from other platforms, creating a single depth of market panel. Orders are collected and then made available for trading to all LIQNET exchange customers.
Using the public APIs of cryptocurrency exchanges, LEN polls them for purchase and sale bids, forming a single depth of market panel for its customers and allowing traders to find the best prices at minimal spread.
You can access LIQNET through your desktop browser or a mobile app.
LIQNET Features & Benefits
LIQNET emphasizes all of the following features and benefits:
No Slippage: High liquidity allows users to reduce or fully eliminate the costs of slippage. Expenses Reduction: The higher the market liquidity is, the smaller the bid/ask spread will be, which thereby lowers the cost of trading.
Trust: LIQNET’s liquidity “reflects the presence of a mass of people whose actions are much easier to predict than the actions of a single person,” explains the official website, which means that a single entity can’t dominate the trading market. Decentralization: LIQNET claims to be built on a decentralized system because their physical hardware is located in two different data centers, including centers in France and Canada. This isn’t what we typically mean by “decentralization”, although we understand what LIQNET is getting at.
Security: LIQNET holds customers’ funds in multiple locations, including hot wallets, multi-signature wallets, and cryptocurrency exchanges. This reduces the risk of theft. Multiple Trading Options: LIQNET supports direct trading from the financial chart and scalping trades (including post limit and stop orders right from the order book). Multiple Order Types: LIQNET supports stop order trades, stop limit trades, TP & SL trades, trailing stop trades, Iceberg, IFD, OCO, IFDOCO, valid till day/time trades, AON, IOC, and FOK trades.
Financial Charts: LIQNET provides a suite of analysis tools. Users can also customize their dashboard with 100+ different trading indicators. Multiple Currency Pairs: Right now, LIQNET lists just four cryptocurrency pairs, including LTC/BTC, ETH/BTC, BCH/BTC, and PPC/BTC. However, they allow users to deposit more currencies, including bitcoin, Litecoin, USD, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, DASH, and Peercoin (PPC).
LIQNET Fees A number of cryptocurrency exchanges aggregate liquidity from across different exchanges. So what makes LIQNET special? What kind of fees can you expect to pay? Here are some of the notable fees as listed on the LIQNET fees page: Trading Fees: 0.2% taker fee, 0.1% maker fee Deposit Fees: 0 (0% deposit fees on all deposit options, including bitcoin, Litecoin, USD, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, DASH, and Peercoin). Withdrawal Fees: 0.0001 BTC, 0.01 LTC, 0.01 USD, 0.01 ETH, 0.01 BCH, 0.01 DASH, and 0.01 PPC.
The LIQNET ICO LIQNET is expecting to launch a crowdsale in May / June 2018. That crowdsale will consist of a closed pre-sale and an open ICO. Further details of the token sale have not yet been announced. LIQNET has partnered with Como Capital to launch their ICO. It’s unclear how LIQNET tokens will work. However, tokens launched by other cryptocurrency exchanges typically provide a discount on trading fees. You might only pay 0.1% or 0.5% trading fees when paying with LIQNET’s tokens, for example.Who’s Behind LIQNET? LIQNET was created by a team of finance, law, and technology professionals with a proven track record in traditional investments and forex trading.
Key members of the team include Roman Shirokov (CEO), Evgeny Tarasenko (CTO), and Vyacheslav Kasatkin.
LIQNET was incorporated in 2015. The company is registered to an address in Singapore (10 Maxwell Road, Singapore).
LIQNET Conclusion LIQNET is a cryptocurrency exchange that aggregates liquidity from a number of different exchanges across the internet. The goal is to reduce the bid/ask spread while offering users the highest liquidity across multiple order types and markets. Right now, LIQNET is in the early stages of launch. The exchange is not yet available online, although a desktop and mobile app are preparing to launch in the near future.
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New ICO #CoinMetro takes it on with Binance and Kucoin!

Straight up, both of these platforms are good at what they do. In a fairly short period of time, Binance has become one of the most popular exchanges. The largest overall difference in comparing CoinMetro and Binance is that Binance operates primarily as an exchange, whereas CoinMetro’s exchange is one part of a much larger platform.
The Exchange
CoinMetro and Binance offer some similar features: both have their own unique in-house token. Binance has BNB, CoinMetro has XCM. Both platforms also have a token buyback program, where a percentage of profits are committed to repurchasing their respective tokens. In CoinMetro’s case, the buyback program is supported by revenue sharing with strategic partner FXPIG, a forex brokerage that has been operating since 2011 with established assets to back the program. Both CoinMetro and Binance burn a percentage of their tokens over a period of time as a way to bolster value through scarcity. Both tokens can be used to pay fees on the respective exchanges at a discount rate, which is awesome.
One really big difference: CoinMetro support direct fiat/crypto deposits and withdrawals, whereas Binance does not support fiat.
Trading Platform
As a trading platform, Binance offers a “Basic” and “Advanced” interface for exchanging currencies. Charting is decent on the Advanced interface, and there are some pretty good analysis tools available. CoinMetro’s charting is highly customizable, with options to view multiple time and price studies and plot graphical representations of orders and account activity using a number of web and mobile clients.
With Binance, Limit and Stop orders are supported by the Advanced interface, but Binance’s matching engine does not support currently more complex order types.
CoinMetro has a lot more options in terms of both standard and non-standard order types, including: Markets, Limits, Stops, Limit Stop Orders and OCO (One Cancels Other) orders, which are a combination of Stop and Limit orders on the same ticket, plus TIF (Time in Force) options, such as FOK (Fill or Kill), IOC (Immediate or Cancel), and GTC (Good till Cancelled).
CoinMetro also offers lending and leverage options, sort of like Poloniex or Bitmex, whereas Binance does not currently have these features.
Investment Tools
As an exchange, Binance provides a solid infrastructure. When it comes to offering investment opportunities beyond just buying and selling on a marketplace, CoinMetro has two pretty innovative models: ETCF’s (like ETF’s but for crypto), and TAM accounts, which let anybody partner up with a professional trader. Instead of making a ton of little trades to diversify, with CoinMetro’s ETCF’s you can diversify with one click into curated baskets of digital assets based on a bunch of different analytics ranging from industry to social media data.
Tools for ICO’s
When it comes to ICO’s, Binance’s Lab serves as a technology incubator geared towards early stage projects, and its LaunchPad offers some features for ICO offerings. As Binance develops, it seems like these services might expand, but for now they appear pretty limited based on their web presence.
CoinMetro’s ICO Express platform is a complete, turnkey ICO framework designed to provide a solution for vetted ICO’s to issue tokens, smart contracts, and launch projects atop our blockchain infrastructure. Successful ICO’s launched via the CoinMetro platform will have their tokens listed on the CoinMetro exchange immediately as liquid and tradable.
TL/DR:
Both platforms are good at what they do. Binance works well as an exchange. CoinMetro also offers an exchange, along with a whole lot of other pretty awesome features like being able to deposit/withdraw fiat, crypto ETF’s, and a customizable trading interface.
For 2,5% extra coins on your first transaction use this ref link: https://go.coinmetro.com/?refId=5a5147d8d65dee51251cb927
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New ICO #CoinMetro takes it up against Binance!

Straight up, both of these platforms are good at what they do. In a fairly short period of time, Binance has become one of the most popular exchanges. The largest overall difference in comparing CoinMetro and Binance is that Binance operates primarily as an exchange, whereas CoinMetro’s exchange is one part of a much larger platform.
The Exchange
CoinMetro and Binance offer some similar features: both have their own unique in-house token. Binance has BNB, CoinMetro has XCM. Both platforms also have a token buyback program, where a percentage of profits are committed to repurchasing their respective tokens. In CoinMetro’s case, the buyback program is supported by revenue sharing with strategic partner FXPIG, a forex brokerage that has been operating since 2011 with established assets to back the program. Both CoinMetro and Binance burn a percentage of their tokens over a period of time as a way to bolster value through scarcity. Both tokens can be used to pay fees on the respective exchanges at a discount rate, which is awesome.
One really big difference: CoinMetro support direct fiat/crypto deposits and withdrawals, whereas Binance does not support fiat.
Trading Platform
As a trading platform, Binance offers a “Basic” and “Advanced” interface for exchanging currencies. Charting is decent on the Advanced interface, and there are some pretty good analysis tools available. CoinMetro’s charting is highly customizable, with options to view multiple time and price studies and plot graphical representations of orders and account activity using a number of web and mobile clients.
With Binance, Limit and Stop orders are supported by the Advanced interface, but Binance’s matching engine does not support currently more complex order types.
CoinMetro has a lot more options in terms of both standard and non-standard order types, including: Markets, Limits, Stops, Limit Stop Orders and OCO (One Cancels Other) orders, which are a combination of Stop and Limit orders on the same ticket, plus TIF (Time in Force) options, such as FOK (Fill or Kill), IOC (Immediate or Cancel), and GTC (Good till Cancelled).
CoinMetro also offers lending and leverage options, sort of like Poloniex or Bitmex, whereas Binance does not currently have these features.
Investment Tools
As an exchange, Binance provides a solid infrastructure. When it comes to offering investment opportunities beyond just buying and selling on a marketplace, CoinMetro has two pretty innovative models: ETCF’s (like ETF’s but for crypto), and TAM accounts, which let anybody partner up with a professional trader. Instead of making a ton of little trades to diversify, with CoinMetro’s ETCF’s you can diversify with one click into curated baskets of digital assets based on a bunch of different analytics ranging from industry to social media data.
Tools for ICO’s
When it comes to ICO’s, Binance’s Lab serves as a technology incubator geared towards early stage projects, and its LaunchPad offers some features for ICO offerings. As Binance develops, it seems like these services might expand, but for now they appear pretty limited based on their web presence.
CoinMetro’s ICO Express platform is a complete, turnkey ICO framework designed to provide a solution for vetted ICO’s to issue tokens, smart contracts, and launch projects atop our blockchain infrastructure. Successful ICO’s launched via the CoinMetro platform will have their tokens listed on the CoinMetro exchange immediately as liquid and tradable.
TL/DR:
Both platforms are good at what they do. Binance works well as an exchange. CoinMetro also offers an exchange, along with a whole lot of other pretty awesome features like being able to deposit/withdraw fiat, crypto ETF’s, and a customizable trading interface.
For 2,5% extra coins on your first transaction use this ref link: https://go.coinmetro.com/?refId=5a5147d8d65dee51251cb927
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OCO Orders on every trade

Hi, I am new to forex. I just have one question. Why don't all traders just use OCO orders on every trade they enter into just in case their thinking doesn't pan out?
Example: http://imgur.com/c1MLJwr
In the example above, there could be one long entry order above the trendline (which makes money if there is a breakout) and one (short) below the trendline (which makes money if the price takes a nosedive). This way the trader makes pips either way the price moves.
Seems so obvious to me but it hasn't been raised anywhere in babypips, which leads me to believe that I am missing something.
I would be glad if someone could explain this to me.
Thanks in advance!!
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oco (one cancels the other) order, has anyone here use it regularly?

I was looking into OCO orders. It is like using 'strangle' strategy in options trading. How is working out for you? Does it work or not? Please share your experiences with OCO orders. Thanks
EDIT: Thanks everyone for their comments. It's always interesting to see people's responses on /forex.
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EUR/USD: The Breakout Trade

I don't like EUUSD, and I don't like breakout orders. So here's a breakout trade on EUUSD.
I mention it because the last time I saw this was on EUAUD, and that worked out so well I'm kicking myself for taking profit on only 1/3rd of the move.
Here's the trade. 1hr Chart. Pretty straightforward:
http://i.imgur.com/YaBJXXG.png
You could use an OCO order, but I personally will be watching it and actively trading it (applying the "Fingertrap" strategy I just posted about). I've just set up price alerts so my phone will buzz if it hits either of those levels. Notice the two big spikes through 1.2950 - don't like those.
I personally am short from just below 1.300, but given the event risk, and those two big failures to penetrate 1.2950, It's not my favourite trade at the moment.
I don't want to see it break to the upside, because the corresponding USD selling will be terrible for my massively risk-short tradebook. But hey, the market will do whatever it wants ;)
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How To Use Limit / Stop / OCO Orders - YouTube Trading 212: How to use One Cancels the Other (OCO) orders Forex - Adding & Editing Q-OCO Orders One Cancels Other Order with OCO Order Explained - YouTube OCO NEWS ORDER MANAGER - MT4 Expert Advisor  ForexMql.it

An order cancel order trade (OCO) forex trade, also known as a one cancels the other or order cancels other trade, is a unique type of forex trade. It lets you bet on both sides of the market if you are unsure if the price is going to go up or down. It also lets you trade without having to watch the market pip for pip. OCO orders allow to develop a wide variety of combinations, with which you get the opportunity to automatically take the most profitable trading decision depending on the Forex market situation. It should be noted that the OCO orders are very convenient because of their features. Forex OCO Orders Trading Explained. January 14, 2019 08:55 UTC Reading time: 8 minutes. Leaving an order to deal at a certain price away from the current level of the market can be a convenient way to trade Forex. It can help to enforce discipline in your trading, as well as saving you the trouble of monitoring the market as you wait for the ... FOREX.com is a registered FCM and RFED with the CFTC and member of the National Futures Association (NFA # 0339826). Forex trading involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Full Disclosure. Spot Gold and Silver contracts are not subject to regulation under the U.S. Commodity Exchange Act. An if/then OCO provides that if the first order (the "if" order) is executed, the second order (the "then" order) becomes an active unassociated one-cancels-other (OCO) order. Remember, unassociated orders are not attached to a trade and act independently of any position updates.

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How To Use Limit / Stop / OCO Orders - YouTube

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