Place an order

Buy or sell stocks in a few simple steps to capitalise on windows of opportunity.

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Log in to DBS digibank with your User ID and PIN.
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Step 2
Authenticate your login.
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Step 3
Complete your iBanking login using Second Factor Authentication (2FA).
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Step 4
Click on the Invest tab.
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Step 5
Click on the "Trade" button in the "Equity" Section.
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Step 6
Should you have mutiple portfolios, select your preferred portfolio and click on the “Next” button.
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Step 7
Mouseover the “Trade” tab and select “Place Order”.
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Step 8
Enter the stock name/exchange stock code in the "Stock Search" bar and select your stock.
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Step 9
Choose whether you wish to buy or sell the stock under “Action”.
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Step 10
Select your “Order Type”.

Note: This lets you choose whether you wish to buy or sell your stocks immediately, or only when it reaches a certain price. Find out more on order types.
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Step 11
Select your “Order Duration”.

Note: This lets you control how long your order remains active for. You can set it to be until the end of the day, until a specific date, until cancelled, or more. Find out more on order duration.
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Step 12
Key in your desired “Price” and ”Quantity”.

Note: This decides the number/cost of the stocks you’re willing to buy/sell. Find out more here.
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Step 13
Select “Preview Order” once you have keyed in all the details.
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Step 14
Review and verify your order details, then click on the “Confirm Order” button if the details are correct.

Note: If the market is closed, your order will participate in the following business day trading session.
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Step 15
View Order Received confirmation page
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Launch the DBS digibank app.
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Log in with your Touch/Face ID or DBS digibank User ID and PIN.
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Step 3
Select the Invest tab.
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Step 4
Tap on the Equities icon to access online equity trading platform.
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Step 5
Select the “Trade” tab.
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Step 6
Search for your stock by entering the stock name/exchange stock code.
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Step 7
Select the stock to view the stock information.
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Step 8
Choose whether you wish to buy or sell the stock.
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Step 9
Select your “Order Type” along with the order duration.

Note: Order type lets you choose whether you wish to buy or sell your stocks immediately, or only when it reaches a certain price. Order duration lets you control how long your order remains active for. You can set it to be until the end of the day, until a specific date, until cancelled, or more. Find out more here.
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Enter your desired “Price” and ”Quantity”.

Note: This decides the number/cost of the stocks you’re willing to buy/sell. Find out more here.
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Select "Review" once you have keyed in all the details.
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Check your order details, then tap on the “Place Order” button if the details are correct.

Note: If the market is closed, your order will participate in the following business day trading session.
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Step 13
View the Order Received confirmation page.
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Disclaimer

The document is published by DBS Bank Ltd (“DBS Bank”) and is for information only. This document is intended for DBS Bank and its clients to whom it has been delivered, and may not be reproduced, transmitted or communicated to any other person without the prior written permission of DBS Bank. This document is not and does not constitute or form part of any offer, recommendation, invitation, or solicitation to subscribe to or to enter into considerations, any transaction, and should not be viewed as such. This document is not intended to provide, and should not be relied upon for accounting, legal or tax advice, or investment recommendations, and is not to be taken in substitution for the exercise of judgement by the reader, who should obtain separate legal or financial advice. DBS Bank does not act as an adviser and assumes no fiduciary responsibility or liability for any consequences, financial or otherwise.

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