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immediate or cancel order

Immediate-or-Cancel (IOC) Order Explained

  The immediate or cancel order is an order type with instructions to fill the order immediately and any part that isn’t will be canceled. Immediate-or-cancel orders instruct your broker to fill your order immediately or cancel the order. It’s a liquidity-removing order duration preference similar to the “fill-or-kill order,” the only difference being that […]

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Market On Close Order

Market On Close Order (MOC) Explained

  You ever wonder why there are giant spikes of volume during the last minute of trading but little price change? That’s the closing auction and is the period of highest liquidity during the stock market session mainly because of the market on closer order. It’s where most investment funds, end-of-day algorithmic traders, and index […]

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