Folks should make sure they understand the mechanics of market-on-close and limit-on-close orders if submitting them for the first time. The former will execute as close to the closing price as possible - whether or not that's a level at which you would like to sell. Also, they can't be canceled after a certain point...I think 3:58 PM ET.
I was about to ask for help on the TD site as I can't seem to find the "on close" option. All I have now is GTC+Ext. Maybe it's being blocked?
Which site offers this feature to Sell on Close?
They understand that people are irrational and fear change.Yes. How do they square that circle? Unless they think people place an unreasonably high value on gas' perceived edge for road trips?
So have a significant number of TMC members decided to stop holding TSLA, and instead make it easier for the S&P 500 funds to buy at a lower price during today's market closing? If so, taxes could be monstrous.
Not really, no.So have a significant number of TMC members decided to stop holding TSLA, and instead make it easier for the S&P 500 funds to buy at a lower price during today's market closing? If so, taxes could be monstrous.
I haven't had time to think about this. Too busy today talking to IBKR about holding ITM options expiring today until final minutes before close
Nasdaq regulators secretly conferred whether to lift TSLA's +10% rally circuit breaker, to allow more liquidity today. Presumably they were worried about an index squeeze halting the stock and amplifying the squeeze.