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jclaffee
81 posts
msg #35059
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2/3/2005 10:59:16 PM

Does anyone know of a discount on-line broker offering "one cancels the other" sell stop orders on optionable equities? These permit one to set a sell stop above the current market (to take an acceptable profit) and, at the same time, enter a sell stop below the current market (as a stop loss). If one is hit the other is cancelled.

Thanks!

Jim


petrolpeter
439 posts
msg #35060
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2/4/2005 3:48:27 AM

If any one MB Trading might.


jclaffee
81 posts
msg #35062
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2/4/2005 11:39:42 AM

Hey, petrol. . .

Thanks -- I'll check 'em out.

Jim


JohnyYuma
57 posts
msg #35063
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2/4/2005 1:45:35 PM

Try 'Interactive Brokers' - they call it 'Bracketed Orders'

Thanks


jclaffee
81 posts
msg #35064
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2/4/2005 2:45:48 PM

Thank you, Johny -- I'll check 'em out!

Jim


jclaffee
81 posts
msg #35067
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2/5/2005 12:24:49 AM

Hey petrolpeter and JohnyYuma:

Thanks again for the leads. Both MB Trading and Interactive Brokers offer the type of order that I've been looking for. I get to choose the trading platform that is most agreeable to use.

Jim


petrolpeter
439 posts
msg #35072
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2/5/2005 10:39:15 AM

Welcome Jim,go get-em.


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