Order placed on your behalf?


what does that mean?

It likely overbought with funds you Didn’t have and sold to prevent you Being in a negative position.

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This sometimes happens when you place a market order to buy a certain quantity of a security. Between the time you place the order and the actual fill, the price may change, however, if a trading venue has already accepted your order, we are not in a position to cancel it. Thus, you end up buying a quantity that you cannot actually afford, and the system sells a part of it to prevent you from a negative balance. This happens quite rarely and with really volatile instruments.

Wow that’s a shock would be confused by that

Thank you so much :tulip: for clarifying the issue