Hi Gang, Now that the ASX have moved ETFs into the same area as warrants (ie Structured Products) they can only be traded as "day only" orders. So if your order is only partially filled on a given day then you will have to create a new order the next day(s) to have the remainder of your original order filled. This means that two or more lots of brokerage will be payable. I have only invested in larger LICs and very liquid stocks in the past and typically use "limit orders" which are good until cancelled. I was about to start investing in ETFs but these changes have thrown me somewhat. Some ETFs are very thinly traded so I would imagine that it is quite possible that an order may only be partially filled on a given day and I certainly don't want to be paying multiple brokerage to get the quantity of share I wanted on the original order. It seems the only way around this is to check to see if your order has been filled toward the end of the day and amend your original order to a higher limit or at market to try to get it filled that day. Again given the thin trading volumes at times, would the order still be filled or perhaps would you be forced to accept a high sell quote (or of course if not have to pay another round of brokerage the next day). Could someone here who is experienced with this situation please offer some advice on how best to trade ETFs now that they are "day only" orders. Thanks - Gordon PS: Unlisted Vanguard Index Funds are certainly looking far more appealing given these latest changes.