I am new to trading and have been watching videos and reading for a few weeks now. But I was wondering if on-line brokers charge you fees to change your stop loss or trailing stop? Like I said I am green as green can be when it comes to the market.
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If you are trading on US based exchanges (equities/futures) you should not be charged for changing orders (modifying stop losses).
You should always check with your broker, obviously in some situations like if you place a phone call to change an order, they may charge you for that.
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