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Contingency Order




When you place a stock or option order you can choose to place contingencies on that order, meaning that the order will be filled only when a specific event has occurred.


Additional Comments:

For example, a contingency order might be, "Buy 10 XYZ 80 calls at the market if XYZ stock trades above 75".

Related Terms:

Stop Order
A stop order is an order to buy or sell a stock once the price of ...

Fill or Kill
(FOK) - An order where a precise number of contracts must be filled or the order ...

Stop Limit
This is an order that says once the stock's market price touches or goes below the ...





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