Poll: Would you use limit orders?
Resolved
92%
Jun 16
M$399 bet
If Manifold added support for limit orders in some form (meaning, being able to place a standing bet/order to buy YES at up to a price of .60 from another trader for the next day, for example), would you use them? (Don't count using them just to try them out - let's say a month later do you think you would still be using them?) See related: https://manifold.markets/ManifoldMarkets/will-manifold-support-limit-orders Vote by commenting with YES or NO at the start of your comment. This market resolves to the % of people responding with YES out of YES + NO. This poll will close 1 day after the market closes and the market will resolve based on the results at that time. You can update your vote by commenting again; only your last response will be counted. You can also vote ABSTAIN if you wish to cancel a previous YES or NO vote and change it to a non-vote.

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MichaelWheatley
Michael Wheatley bought M$60 of YES
YES
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Michael Wheatley made M$26!
jack
Jack is betting YES at 93%
Poll has closed, I count 11 YES and 1 NO, for a 11/12 = 92% resolution
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Milli
Milli bought M$100 of YES
YES
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Undox
YES
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Sjlver
NO I believe -- If I wanted that kind of sophistication I'd probably use an API.
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NcyRocks
YES, especially if there's some kind of loan feature, otherwise I'd worry a bit about running out of M$
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MattP
YES, as long as I could also set a limit to how much mana I could commit on a limit order.
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jack
@MattP Yeah that would definitely be part of the order that you input.
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MartinRandall
YES, rarely
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MichaelWheatley
Michael Wheatley bought M$60 of YES
YES
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hamnox
Only if there's general p2p trading, not sure if that's a yes or no
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jack
@hamnox What sort of p2p trading are you thinking? What about a central limit order book? The main way I envision this working is as a combination of both automated market maker and limit order book. When someone places a market order, they execute against any willing traders at the best price they're offering until the order is filled. E.g. buy from the AMM from 62 to 65, then buy from a limit order at 65, then buy from AMM again from 65 to 68.
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