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- Jun 16, 2002
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chopra im sure you have not done any transfers. there is no transfer fees FYI. dont ask me why.
wah, you are valued client of scb that they absorb your transfer fee??
i checked with cdp, they will charge $10.8 to scb, but how scb charge client is different
you are right, i haven!! Then i must do it asap. thanks thanks.
Usually the receiving brokerage will not charge money. Only delivering side will charge, in this case, CDP. I will call SCB to double check on this.
My turn to ask a question.
Does the SCB trading platform allows odd lots trading? I'm guessing no but anyone know for sure. MikeDirnt78?
market order is the current bid or ask price in the market. Securing the stocks is almost immediate.
Thanks, takishi and sinkie for your replies.actually market order is take whatever price the market is offering you, even limit order can be converted into as market order if you queue 1 bid higher to buy or 1 bid lower to sell, the trade will be done immediately too
Thanks, takishi and sinkie for your replies.
Assuming the current bid-ask price is $0.95-$0.96. If I want to buy and place a market order, it means that my order will be filled at $0.96? Conversely for sell market order, it will be $0.95?
That's right. In a highly volatile market (for singapore, this would typically be opening and closing quarters), it is better to use limit order though, as the bid-ask prices will fluctuate very quickly.