Market-held order: Held means “control”? Thanks.
Are Participate order and Best efforts order belong to Market-not-held order?
In curriculum (Volume6. p.8) seems NO. But based on my understanding and Kapaln’s description seems yes.
Please help. Thanks!
You mean discretion is a more suitable world for not-held…?
Yes - “not held” refers that agent is not required to trade at any specific price or specifc time interval, if compared with simple market order.
The agent has more discretion (not held) here, as he may choose to even wait till the next trading session if he believes that he will likely get better pricing.
I think a good intution may be - he is not held liable if the trade is not executed in the first go.
I understand that market order is more focused on execution certainity than pricing but this variant gives agent more discretion.