Dictionary of trader and investor. 100+ terms

The Trader's Financial Dictionary contains basic exchange terms for beginners. Most relevant financial “slang”. Market On Close (MOC) order is an order, which can be sent during the day during the trading session, but will be executed in the last trade at close. Throughout the trading day, exchanges accumulate MOC orders and bring them together in the last trade (print) trading day. After-hours trading – execution of transactions with securities after the close of the exchange session. Previously, this type of trade using special computer systems was used by, mainly, institutional traders. Many online brokers today offer access to “last day trading” a wide range of investors. Ask (asked price) – Selling price – seller's asking price, ie. the lowest price, by which he is ready to sell. At-the-opening order – order to the broker to conclude a deal at the best price at the opening of the exchange (at the beginning of the morning session). ATS (Alternative Trading Systems) – alternative trading systems are the fastest growing e-commerce medium. They provide their …

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