Stop-Loss Order

Stop-Loss Order,

How To Define Stop-Loss Order?

  • Stop-Loss Order can be defined as, A stop loss order is an order given to a broker to buy or sell a security when it reaches a certain price. The purpose of a stop-loss order is to limit the investor's losses from a security position and is different from a stop loss order. When the stock falls below the stop price, the order becomes a market order and is applied to the next available price. For example, a trader may buy a stock and place a stop loss order 10% below the purchase price. When a stock falls, a stop loss order is initiated and the stock is sold as a market order.

    • The stop loss order states that when a stock hits a certain price, it must be bought or sold, which is called the stop price.
    • Once the stop price is reached, the stop order becomes a market order and will be executed at the next available opportunity.
    • In many cases, stop loss orders are used to avoid losses to investors if the price of security falls.

Literal Meanings of Stop-Loss Order

Stop:

Meanings of Stop:
  1. (An event, action or process) ends in failure.

  2. The cause (action, action or event) disappears

  3. Block or cover (orifice or leak)

  4. Stop moving or acting.

  5. Set the limb taps to a specific height and dimension.

  6. The effective diameter of the lens.

Sentences of Stop
  1. As soon as it starts, the laughter stops

  2. This harassment should stop

  3. Trying to cover the hole with the heel of the shoe

  4. All closed companies

Synonyms of Stop

plug, draw to a close, standstill, block, block up, fill up, come to an end, halt, close, terminate, fill, cease, be over, bring to a stop, finish, come to a stop, conclude, put a stop to, bring to a halt, put an end to, come to a standstill

Loss:

Sentences of Loss
  1. Avoid wasting time

Synonyms of Loss

misplacement, overlooking, dropping, forgetting, mislaying

Order:

Meanings of Order:
  1. Give instructions or instructions that you are authorized to do something.

  2. Order (something) to be made, provided or presented.

  3. Arrange (something) accordingly.

  4. Arranging or arranging people or things in relation to each other by a particular order, pattern or method.

  5. Government orders, instructions or directives.

  6. A particular social, political or economic system.

  7. Association of monks, priests, nuns, etc., who live according to certain religious and social principles and disciplines, and at least some of its members have made vows. A society of knights bound by common rules and with military prowess and monastic character. Merit Free Mason or similar fraternal organization.

  8. The quality, nature or meaning of something.

  9. Central classification types below class and above family.

  10. One of the five classic architectural styles based on column proportions, number of decorations, etc. (Dork, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan and Composite).

  11. Equipment or uniforms for a particular use or type

Sentences of Order
  1. He told me to go

  2. My friend booked his ticket last week

  3. All entries are sorted by date

  4. I sorted alphabetically

  5. I will not accept requests from a simple administrator

  6. If only the farmers stood up against the order

  7. Franciscan order

  8. With so much musical ability, Van Carjan will become a phenomenon at any age

Synonyms of Order

dispose, disposition, requisition, sort out, direction, genre, sequence, marshal, send away for, regulate, set in order, subclass, straighten out, grading, lay out, adjure, commandment, enjoin, dictate, mandate, give the command to, hierarchy, pecking order, species, vintage