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Order Types

  1. Above The Market

  2. All Or None - AON

  3. Alternative Order

  4. At Best

  5. At Limit

  6. At The Market

  7. At-Or-Better

  8. At-The-Close Order

  9. At-The-Opening-Order

  10. Away From The Market

  11. Bagging the Street

  12. Basket Trade

  13. Below The Market

  14. Block Order

  15. Box-Top Order

  16. Bracketed Buy Order

  17. Bracketed Sell Order

  18. Bunching

  19. Buy Limit Order

  20. Buy Minus

  21. Buy Stop Order

  22. Buy Stops Above

  23. Buy To Cover

  24. Cancel Former Order - CFO

  25. Canceled Order

  26. Closed-Market Transaction

  27. Closing Offset (CO) Order

  28. Conditional Order

  29. Contingency Order

  30. Contingent Order

  31. Continuous Trading

  32. Day Order

  33. Discretionary Order

  34. Do Not Increase - DNI

  35. Do Not Reduce - DNR

  36. End Of Day Order

  37. Execution

  38. Fill Or Kill - FOK

  39. Firm Order

  40. Good 'Til Canceled - GTC

  41. Good This Month - GTM

  42. Good This Week - GTW

  43. Good Through

  44. Hard Stop

  45. Held Order

  46. Holding The Market

  47. Iceberg Order

  48. Imbalance Only Orders (IO)

  49. Immediate Or Cancel Order - IOC

  50. Inside Quote

  51. Kill

  52. Limit Order

  53. Limit Order Book

  54. Limit-On-Close Order - LOC

  55. Limit-On-Open Order - LOO

  56. Market If Touched - MIT

  57. Market Order

  58. Market-On-Close Order - MOC

  59. Market-On-Open Order (MOO)

  60. Market-With-Protection Order

  61. Matching Orders

  62. Minimum Guaranteed Fill Order- MGF

  63. Mixed Lot

  64. Non-Client Order

  65. Non-Directed Order

  66. Not-Held Order

  67. One-Cancel-All Order

  68. One-Cancels-the-Other Order - OCO

  69. Open Order

  70. Open-Market Transaction

  71. Opening Imbalance Only Order (OIO)

  72. Order

  73. Protective Stop

  74. Scale Order

  75. Sell Plus

  76. Stop Order

  77. Stop-Limit Order

  78. Stop-Loss Order

  79. Stopped Order

  80. Stopped Out

  81. Sweep-To-Fill Order

  82. Take-Profit Order - T/P

  83. Time-Of-Day Order

  84. Trade Through

  85. Trailing Stop

  86. With Discretion

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