Mục lục bài viết
- 1. Lệnh mua bán lô lẻ là gì ?
- 2. Lô lẻ (odd lot) là gì ?
- 3. Người môi giới lô lẻ (ODD-LOT BROKER) là gì ?
- 4. Người mua bán lô lẻ (ODD-LOT TRADER) là gì ?
- 5. Chỉ số lô lẻ (ODD-LOT INDEX) là gì ?
- 6. Khoản chênh lệch trong lô lẻ (ODD-LOT DIFFERENTIAL) là gì ?
- 7. Công ty môi giới lô lẻ (ODD-LOT HOUSE) là gì ?
1. Lệnh mua bán lô lẻ là gì ?
An order to buy or sell a security ỉn an amount that is less than the established trading unit, i.e., below 100 shares for the majority of stocks and less than $1,000 face value of bonds.
2. Lô lẻ (odd lot) là gì ?
3. Người môi giới lô lẻ (ODD-LOT BROKER) là gì ?
A member of a stock exchange who specializes in executing orders in odd-lots for other brokers and has no contact with the public. See Odd-lot differential.
4. Người mua bán lô lẻ (ODD-LOT TRADER) là gì ?
One who buys and sells securities in lots of less than 100 shares, as distinguished from professional investors and people of substantial means who deal in larger amounts.
5. Chỉ số lô lẻ (ODD-LOT INDEX) là gì ?
A measurement of public psychology toward the market, and computed by dividing total oddlot sales by odd-lot purchases on a ten-day moving average. When sales outnumber purchases, it indicates the public is reluctant to buy and this is interpreted as favorable. When purchases outnumber sales, the reverse holds true.
6. Khoản chênh lệch trong lô lẻ (ODD-LOT DIFFERENTIAL) là gì ?
The compensation received for his services by an odd-lot broker. It is added to the price of the effective round-lot sale on buy orders and subtracted from the price on sell orders. On 100-share unit stocks, the differential amounts to 12^/2 - cents per share (i/z point) on stocks selling below $40, and 25- cents per share (I/4 point) on stocks selling at $40, or above.
7. Công ty môi giới lô lẻ (ODD-LOT HOUSE) là gì ?
A brokerage firm which specializes in handling orders from investors who wish to buy or sell securities in lots of less than 100 shares. Two firms handle 99% of the business in odd-lots. They are dealers rather than brokers ỉn that the nature of their business obliges them to take positions in the market. They draw on their own inventory to satisfy the demand for securities.