Lightspeed Trader features the ability to send On Open and On Close orders to NYSE, NYSE MKT, Nasdaq, BATS, and ARCA Listed Symbols. There are many ways to place these orders and different rules that apply to each one. This guide will walk you through placing these orders and the guidelines for each.
To send NYSE and NYSE MKT Market On OPEN (MOO), Limit On Open (LOO), Market On Close (MOC), or Limit On Close (LOC) orders you may map a key from your Keyboard Tab or use your Order Entry Window. Orders in NYSE and NYSE MKT listed symbols are directed to the NYSE Market, seen below.
ARCA Listed Symbols: On Open and on Close Guidelines
To enter MOO, LOO, MOC or LOC orders in ARCA Listed Symbols, users can map a key from the Keyboard Tab or use the Order Entry Window, seen below.
To send Nasdaq MOO, LOO, MOC, or LOC orders you may map a key from your Keyboard Tab or use your Order Entry Window. Orders in Nasdaq listed symbols are directed to SIZE for the Market, seen below.
To send BATS MOO, LOO, MOC, or LOC orders you may map a key from your Keyboard Tab or use your Order Entry Window, seen below:
A Few Things to Remember about On Open and On Close Orders
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