At the Opening Order is a purchase or sell order that is instructed to be executed at market opening. If the transactions doesn’t occur, the order is immediately cancelled. Many investors place trade orders such as this if they have a feeling a stock will move heavily in one direction throughout a trading day. This is also used when markets have been hammered at the close of a session. Some investors place an at the Opening Order in the hope that a stock rebounds.
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