When you set a limit order, you choose a maximum purchase price or minimum sale price. Your exchange will automatically attempt to fill the limit order when the market price meets or is better than your limit price. These orders are useful when you have a target entry or exit price and don’t mind waiting for the market to meet your conditions.
Typically, traders place sell limit orders above the current market price and buy limit orders below the current market price. If you place a limit order at the current market price, it will likely be executed in a few seconds (unless it’s a low-liquidity market).
For example, if the market price of Bitcoin is $32,000, you could set a buy limit order at $31,000 to purchase BTC as soon as the price hits $31,000 or lower. You might also place a sell limit order at $33,000, meaning that the exchange will sell your BTC if the price goes to $33,000 or higher.
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