Trying to do a custom buy with a .5% stop loss from entry. The sell order immediately gets rejected saying "TRIGGERED" Stop TRG may not have a stop price." Images attached of my trade settings and the canceled orders showing that message. The buy order still gets filled. It's just the sell to close that gets auto-canceled. I understand the latency between order entry, fill, and stop loss order may cause the stop to trigger before the stop loss is put on the books, but at 0.50%, the stop isn't tight enough for that. As you can see from the examples on AAPL, the stop trigger price of 0.50% at 13:00 was $138.23, which was well short of the candle at that time. In fact, AAPL's intraday low was 138.64, so there's no way the stop. What am I doing wrong? Does the message "may not" have a stop price mean "might not" or "can not"? I interpreted it as "might not," but if it means "can not", then how do I do an in/out order with a stop loss?