> What is a limit order and how does it work? >While a market order is simply an order placed by traders to buy or sell an asset immediately at whatever the current price, a limit order in its most basic sense, is an order to buy or sell an asset at a specific price. Limit orders are placed with the purpose of limiting price risks. >It is important to note that if the price is set higher than the current price for buys or lower for sells, it may result in an immediate fill as there is a better price available than the limit price specified. >The disadvantage of a limit order is that if the limit price is not met by an interested buyer or seller in the time period specified, the order will not be filled. Second, and perhaps more importantly, timing is an essential factor in placing limit orders. Every order placed in an order book on an exchange is time-stamped. Trades that were placed first take precedence over orders that are accepted later, even if they have the same limit price as an order that was placed later. >What is a stop limit order and how does it work? >So while market orders are placed to be filled on the premise of time - immediately - at the current price, limit orders are placed to be filled on the premise of a set price within a time frame. This type of order is referred to as “good ‘til cancelled” (GTC). In addition to these two order types, the third order type we will highlight in this article is the stop limit order. >Stop price and stop-limit order >A stop limit order is an advanced order type that is not instantly executed. The reason for this is that the trader places a limit on the price at which the order will execute. >Therefore, a stop-limit order involves two prices: the stop price - which will convert the order to a buy or sell order - and the limit price - the maximum price for which a trader is willing to buy or the minimum for which he is willing to sell. >At first a stop limit order is “Active”. A stop order is triggered when a certain price - the stop price - for buying or selling an asset is hit or crossed. Only when the order is triggered, will it be put into the order book with the limit price and then become visible to everyone. Taken from [What Are Market Orders, Limit Orders and Stop Limit Orders](https://www.bitpanda.com/academy/en/lessons/what-are-market-orders-limit-orders-stop-limit-orders/) on [Bitpanda’s Academy](https://www.bitpanda.com/academy/en/). The above is never financial advice and FFS Do Your Own Research!
I have cash in my CB account backing up my wishful thinking GTC limit orders. Cash $ is FDIC insured up to $250k. Their literature is very clear on this point. No signs of imminent bankruptcy reflected in their stock price but if anyone has non USD currency there and is concerned, you could always short their stock as a hedge.
I have cash in my CB account backing up my wishful thinking GTC limit orders. Cash is FDIC insured up to $250k. No signs of imminent bankruptcy reflected in their stock price but if anyone has non USD currency there and is concerned, you could always short their stock as a hedge.
That was never actually intended. ENS I didn't know they were gonna do an airdrop. I bought my address like 3 years before their airdrop. Had no idea UNI was gonna do an airdrop either. I only got OP because I backed a friend on Gitcoin back in the day. I missed the GTC drop however.
I want to play a game. Your crypto all converts itself into USDC, you hop on exchanges quick to reinvest but find only SKL GTC ADA GRT AND UNI can be purchased at this time. Bull market is coming, we can’t miss it! It’s Pamping! You have 100% of your portfolio to fill what are you buying?
Tough crowd here. Let’s simplify; Instead of doing market buy, Goto https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/volatility-index/ Take the 30 day value Put a limit order for ((current price - (volatility percentage / 2)) So if the current price is 40,525$ and the volatility is 4.55% then put a GTC limit buy at 39,623$. Log off from your exchange. On your next DCA day you login to your exchange and you’ll notice your previous order has gone through at some point and all you have to do is the same thing again with another limit order at half the volatility of the price on that given day.
I just wanted to say FUCK YOU to the guy who was talking about a coin named (GTC) back in november 14m cIrCuLaTiOn sUpPlY , pUmPiNg hArD I saw it goes from $13 to $19 in seconds. I Fomoed hard at $26 , it went to $30 , i sold it at a loss around $17 Price right now $5.5 with a Pathetic volume lessons learned ,never Fomo FUCCCCK YOOOU
I just wanted to say FUCK YOU to the guy who was talking about a coin named (GTC) back in november 14m cIrCuLaTiOn sUpPlY , pUmPiNg hArD I saw it goes from $13 to $19 in seconds. I Fomoed hard at $26 , it went to $30 , i sold it at ! loss around $17 Price right now $5.5 FUCCCCK YOOOU
I did DCA into GTC two days back and I'm glad I didn't go all in at once. I will wait for another good time to also buy in again. I am looking forward to when most of the token I hold will get listed on Nifii, a Dex on Nahmii ecosystem. They got some good returns for LP
I'm not a fan of those large caps in top 200 but I feel safe with mid cap around top 500 and not the 9th or 10th category. In fact my portfolio is so filled with top 300-500 including POLS, OGN, ORN, UTK, GTC and FUSE.
ERG, ROSE (Oasis), and POLK. ONE is on thin ice too. GTC also in terms of making any real substantial gains but I keep timing it well for profit taking since its predictable. I feel like it's going to be stuck in the "$10 to $30 and back down to $10" pipeline forever and unfortunately it will be because of people like me.
Everyone knows there no wrong decision with BTC and ETH probably you should replace the 5 suggestion with mid caps like GTC, POLS or low caps like PNODE, UDO, or any other ones since you've got mid and low caps one the list
I was hoping to see GTC on the list after hitting an ATH of almost $30 before getting reduced to about $10 as well as Utrust as it continues to have massive adoption from e-commerce businesses accepting digital currencies for goods sold and service rendered through its digital payment gateway
Gitcoin (GTC) A lot of the infrastructure we need will have to be open source. Gitcoin uses quadratic funding to fundraise for open source contributions via GitHub. Very cool project, and they have a hackathon going right now.
I think what you mean to say is don't buy into a coin that is being shilled here 6 months after it is being shilled. That would be the key here. When I started in October of 2020 just as the bulleun was taking off, the coins getting shilled were ADA, GTC, VET, ETC, BTC, Doge, XRP, DOT, and a few others. If I had put money in then and left it in every single one of those coins, even the coins people wouldn't touch right now are triple their value from my original date of investment. So no, don't invest in ADA right now. But is this sub flooded with "go buy ADA right now"? No. It's pushing other coins. And I bet in 6 months that those coins will be at least 3x your investment as well. So yeah, you probably should listen to this sub to a degree. Just make sure your filter is set to newest posts.
I agree that mass adoption can only happen once we have a smooth UX. But this is also why we have an opportunity to make it big. Because we’re here in the early days when things are a little rough. The guys who made bank from the uniswap, ENS, GTC etc airdrops made it because they were willing to explore and play around with the ecosystem. Once the dapps are easi to use and the masses come in, the gains will be much smaller and the early adopters will be the ones who will benefit the most.