Last Friday I placed a limit order to buy FB.After the market closed, I logged on and saw a notice saying my order had expired unexecuted.Yesterday (Thursday) I got an email from Scottrade with the subject, "Trade Confirmations Available Online."At first I thought it was a phishing attempt, since I hadn't placed any trades since last Friday, and that one expired without being executed.I just got off the phone with Scottrade, and they're now claiming that they didn't receive confirmation of the trade (from Nasdaq) until Wednesday.Do I have any legal recourse against Scottrade or Nasdaq?I can't help but wonder what would have happened if I'd spent that cash on another stock, or withdrawn it from my account.
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