Not sure if I should keep the price movement on or off
An there’s nothing that explains this
Can someone help
Westy last edited by
It's mainly for when buying IPOs or buying in a boom.
If you tick it it means if the price changes whilst your trade is going through you accept paying the new price. You might click on an IPO at 1£ but because 1000 other traders did at the same time you may end up paying £1.20. If you didn't tick it your trade wouldn't go through as the price moved.
For general trading you don't need to tick it, you can pay the price you see.
Lukeroro last edited by
Also can happen if there's a goal scored in a big game and everybody is watching and jumping on potential IPD winner.
When Origi scored in the Champions League final, the ticker went mental with traders buying up 300s at a time. He shot about 5p in 20 seconds