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Limit order

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auato,

that means you send a stop order that is converted to a market order when your stop price is hit - which means at that moment the price you get filled could be better, too. However you might be closer to the price you want to get filled at and in cases where the bar gaps down for example the stop order might not get triggered, but the limit order would have been.

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I think I found the solution:

replace the word "limit" with "stop"

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sellshort next bar at value stop;
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