Could my limit or stop loss order fail?
We will do our best to ensure your limit or stop loss order is fulfilled but we cannot guarantee this. There are times when circumstances are beyond our control or during particularly volatile market conditions when it is not possible to execute your order.
Other instances would include where the maximum order size had changed since you placed the order. Prices are also particularly volatile between 8.00am and 8.02am during the London Stock Exchange uncrossing auction and we do not execute limit or stop loss orders during this time.
The ability to execute an order depends on many market factors such as price and liquidity, and if there is a lack of liquidity then your order may only be partially filled.
We do not accept any liability for any loss or potential loss you may suffer if there is a delay or failure to execute a limit or stop loss order.
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