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In a stop loss order you choose limit or market, but with a trigger price.
What a trigger price does is that it activates your order which otherwise is inactive.
You can choose if you want this selling order as a limit order or market order.
If you choose a SL order with a selling order as market price it is called SL-M, otherwise if you have to mention the limit price it is called a normal SL order.
The Long Short-Term Memory network or LSTM network is a type of recurrent neural network used in deep learning because very large architectures can be successfully trained.
So for example, if you have bought a stock at Rs 100 and you want to limit the loss at 95, you can place an order in the system to sell the stock as soon as the stock comes to 95.
Such an order is called as a Stop Loss, as you are placing it to stop a loss which could be more than what you are ready to risk.
In this example, if you choose SL-M and keep the trigger as 95, as soon as stock goes to 95 or lower a selling order is triggered at the exchange at market price.
If you choose SL, as soon as stock goes to 95 or lower, a selling order is triggered at the exchange with the limit price mentioned by you.