What is a limit order to buy?
Investing in Stocks:
Stocks are more volatile than bonds, meaning they can experience fluctuations in price. It is easy when investing in stocks for enthusiasm or emotion to prevent wise and prudent investing and lead to significant losses for investors.
Answer and Explanation:
A limit order to buy is an order made with a stockbroker to buy a certain number of shares of a company when it trades below a certain price.
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fromChapter 25 / Lesson 16
Investors often turn to the stock and bond markets when investing their money. Each market offers opportunities and risks for the individual investor. In this lesson, we'll explore the nature of these investments.