A limited price order that is to be executed in its entirety or not at all (no partial transaction). AON orders are not shown on the specialist’s book because they cannot be traded in pieces. Therefore, they will not show on the Bid or Ask.
Term of the Minute
- Fixed Income
Investments that have some safety of principal and a potential for capital gains that typically account for 15% to 70% of a balanced portfolio. Examples include bonds and GICs with maturities greater than one-year, strip bonds, mortgage-backed securities, private placements and other debt instruments, preferred shares (not including convertible securities) and income mutual funds.