ORDER TYPES: Where to Find Them
Traders Magazine Online News, January 23, 2013
On October 2, the Nasadaq Stock Market filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission a proposed rule change that would create a set of trading instructions known as an Intraday Net Asset Value (“INAV”) Pegged Order for Exchange-Traded Funds (“ETFs”), based on a collection of U.S. stocks. The proposal drew only one comment, yet the SEC decided to extend the ending date of its review of the proposal from December 2, 2012, to January 16, 2013.
Missed all that? Worried about keeping up with the more than 2,000 “unique order type combinations” that BATS Global Markets has on its books?
Here’s where to go to find each exchange’s rundown on its different types of orders; and proposals from the exchanges – aka, self-regulatory organizations – to create new ones.
There is no central, unified, dedicated archive.
NASDAQ, BX, PSX: http://www.nasdaqtrader.com/Trader.aspx?id=Support_FactSheets
DIRECT EDGE A:
DIRECT EDGE X:
Securities and Exchange Commission
Self-Regulatory Organization Rulemaking page:
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