Foreign exchange pending orders is an essential means for investors to conduct foreign exchange transactions. For investors who have no time to mark the market for a long time, foreign exchange pending orders is beneficial. However, in some cases, foreign exchange orders cannot be placed. So, why can't foreign exchange pending orders be the reason?
The foreign exchange pending order is to place an order before the foreign exchange price reaches the target price and then start trading after the exchange rate goes to the registered price. If the price is not reached, there will be no transaction. There are many reasons why foreign exchange orders cannot be placed:

First of all, the most easily overlooked reason for the inability to place foreign exchange orders is that the exchange rate has not reached the pre-set target price. The exchange rate did not trigger its listing, so it cannot be listed at this time. This is the most common problem. Many investors ignore this reason and think it is the reason for the platform.

Secondly, the type of foreign exchange pending order is wrong. There are two types of foreign exchange registration: stop loss registration and limit price registration. The stop loss registration can guarantee the execution of the registration, but it cannot ensure the roster's performance at the ideal price. If you join the exchange rate short-term diving, you will trade at the first price of the short-term kick. The limit order will focus on execution at the best price. If the price is not excellent, the order will not be executed and continue to wait for the following fee.

Third, when the market is very turbulent, it may not be possible to place foreign exchange orders, or it may be different from the actual price of the bill of exchange. However, in the case of significant market volatility, sometimes the limit order price may be reached, but there is no transaction.