Hi, I have 500 shares of a stock in my ISA invest account
current price 945.2
sell price 943.9
when I set the stop order, the price shown above is 943.9
But shouldn’t it be 945.2 that is the stop order trigger point?
So if I set a stop order now for 945.0, it should execute a market when current price go below 945.0, say 944.9, and sell for something like 943.7?
Basically my question is then:
What is the STOP order price referring to, current price or sell price?
If it is the current price, why is sell price shown at top of STOP sell screen?