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comment What exactly is an ISO order?
Right..so how do they "honor" the better quote?
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comment What exactly is an ISO order?
It also seems from here: elitetrader.com/vb/attachment.php?postid=2804485 that some routing can happen. For example, while first page says something similar to what you say..the second page says "if an away price is better than the NYSE quote. The NYSE honors it before trading at the NYSE"
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accepted What exactly is an ISO order?
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comment What exactly is an ISO order?
Thank you, I had come across the first definition in some forum..maybe it's called something else (when instead of getting just a partial fill locally, the order automatically gets routed to different venues to keep getting filled at the nbbo)
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accepted Quick way to check what 'tape' a stock belongs to?
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comment Quick way to check what 'tape' a stock belongs to?
Thanks for all that info! I'm a bit confused when something like NYSEARCA is not NYSE-listed..or you say "Most of Tape B is on ARCA nowadays, though some of it is still on the NYSE MKT" - if it's on the NYSE MKT wouldn't it be Tape A?
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comment Quick way to check what 'tape' a stock belongs to?
Thanks this is helpful.
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