Stop Order


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Related to Stop Order: sell stop order, Limit order, Buy stop order, Stop Loss Order, Stop Limit Order, Trailing Stop Order

Stop Order

A direction by a customer to a stock Broker, directing the broker to wait until a stock reaches a particular price and then to complete the transaction by purchasing or selling shares of that stock.

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What's more, once you choose to embed a stop order, you can choose to have the stop order directed either at doctors or at nurses.
An ordinary stop order such as the automatic mandatory ones that are attached to every single open position at Capital Spreads, are subject to market gapping or slippage.
Last month the city council issued a stop order against the partly-constructed block of six flats at 150-152 Tamworth Road after it began to tower over neighbouring homes.
You could place a stop order at 10102 to ensure you at least broke even, or you might move your original stop loss upwards to 10150, ensuring a profit of at least [pounds]100 (10150-10100 x [pounds]2) while giving your trade room to run into potentially even greater profit.
Place a stop order 10 pips below the support line (to cater if the trend breaks) 6.
Coiro said the stop order was issued because the archdiocese failed to obtain the proper permits.
It then went on to place a Trailing Stop order at 1.
One is to issue a stop order, said Jerry Tankersley, director of asset management services at Prudential Securities in New York.
The use of a trailing stop order maintains a stop loss order at a specific percentage point below or above the market price.
Warren Digby, the Managing Director of the FG Solutions International, cited an example: "For instance, you buy a stock at $25 and want your risk to limit at a 50 cent loss, instead of putting a stop order at $24.
A stop order was issued requiring the employer to immediately discontinue using employee labor at the restaurant.
Toronto Stock Exchange: YNG; Frankfurt Xetra Exchange: NG6) reports that it has received a Stop Order from the State of Nevada, Division of Environmental Protection.