Stop Order


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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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com now only charges investors if the Guaranteed Stop order is triggered.
You can also create a stop order, which, when it's generated, orders that the catheter be taken out, unless the patient meets a criterion or set of criteria at the time the reminder is generated and the clinician sees that reminder.
Now those in charge of the campaign - Meriden Residents Against Illegal Developments (RAID) - have told how they are making plans to bolster their efforts when the Stop Order runs out on May 29.
The first part of the order is written like the above stop order.
With a stop-loss order, you know that if the stock trades at or rises above the stop order price, a market order will be executed.
Nawawalan sila ng kita para sa kanilang pamilya dahil sa stop order na ito.
By leveraging the ultra-low latency infrastructures of TX-Cloud, brokerages benefit from the greatly dropped slippage on limit / stop order and cut position, effectively minimize the risk and maximize their profits by gaining the inter-bank liquidity.
We are also able to monitor and stop order duplications, further impacting on time and cost savings.
A stop order was rushed and only one oak tree was lost.
But remember there is no guarantee that a stop order will be executed at or near the stop price.
He described the special stop order as something that would make one 'cry blood.
50 Stop Order, you can instantly put a 50 cent Trailing Stop.