Actually, don't count on it for a limit order. Stop order, no question......along with consequent slippage.
The price you see on a chart is the Bid price, so if you have a buy limit order(pending order at below market price), you may have the bid price open up with a gap well below your target price......typically gaps are caused by poor weekend liquidity(which also causes big spreads) and there is a chance that the Ask price(which is the price your order needs for a buy) may still be above your order price.
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