Contingent Order

Submitted by Sharemarket News on 19 April, 2011 - 13:24

Contingent order (also called a net order) is the placement of two share orders: one order cannot be initiated without the other. For example, customer A places a buy order and a sell limit order in the market. The buy cannot proceed unless the sell limit order is also started.

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