A perfect coverup. Vanguard has restricted market orders for a year. Reaches hot instantly, tons of awards. Meanwhile the buy button has been quietly turned off at 4 EU banks and brokers. Downvoted to shit. 🚀 🚀 🚀

  1. Bro can you go more into depth about the EU thing? First I’ve heard of it right now and a lot of the comments are deflecting it right now. Kindve fishy in a good way.

  2. This. Why is this getting all kind of weird traction today. You haven’t been able to market buy on Vanguard in forever. I’ve been with them for the duration.

  3. You can still buy. You just have to submit a limit order. I've been buying through my Vanguard IRA. Limit orders are the safest bet anyway.

  4. But you're not seeing the point of the post...a bunch of other brokers turned off the buy button today. The vanguard thing has been known for a long while.

  5. Well that would make sense so they slow down buying pressure during the holiday sale today. Correct me if I’m wrong but that’s the only logical thing to think of. They wanna limit the buying pressure on options and buying of shares when FOMO full on kicks in.

  6. Brilliant side effect of their play last week. Jack it way up, drop it way down. Ooooh it’s volatile. Better turn off the buy. Fuckknobs

  7. They’re not waiting until another surge hits to turn off the buy button this time. They’re just doing it now, slowly, one at a time. This is the frog boiling in the pot. Fuckers.

  8. THE POINT OF THIS POST IS THAT OTHER BROKERS BESIDES VANGUARD ACTUALLY TURNED OFF THE BUY BUTTON TODAY.

  9. Literally the post of my title is about how this isn't important, and had been going on for a year at Vanguard before the buy button was turned off in Europe today.

  10. This is actually to your benefit. You really should never use a market order for any purchase or sell—you are not guaranteed the best price with a market order, just the fastest available one. Thus, you could end up buying at a higher price than you thought. When a stock is volatile, the spread can wreck you with a market order. Always use limit orders.

  11. THE POINT OF THIS POST IS THAT OTHER BROKERS BESIDES VANGUARD ACTUALLY TURNED OFF THE BUY BUTTON TODAY.

  12. THE POINT OF THIS POST IS THAT OTHER BROKERS BESIDES VANGUARD ACTUALLY TURNED OFF THE BUY BUTTON TODAY.

  13. Literally the post of my title is about how this isn't important, and had been going on for a year a Vanguard before the buy button was turned off in Europe today.

  14. It's kinda your fault people are misunderstanding you, since you say 'market buying' so everyone assumes you mean placing a market order instead of a limit one.

  15. Why the fuck would anyone want to do a market buy? Just use limit orders like you have half a brain...

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