When starting out investing, there are a bazillion ways to gain exposure to the market. For investors big and small, this typically comes down to deciding between investing money in stocks, ETFs, and/
Following up on my last post about order types [https://www.wallstreetkings.com/investing-basics-standard-order-types/], I wanted to shed some light on another element that makes up an order for a security,Order Timing.
Many investors just starting out settle for something called a Market Order when placing a trade for a security. But what if you want to only buy a security at a certain price?
Have you ever looked at a full stock quote and noticed there is a price, but also two other numbers that look like prices with the words Bid and Ask next to them?