any part of order

Definition

A buy or sell order given by an investor that instructs the broker to break up the order into smaller amounts if necessary. For example, if an investor seeks to sell 500 shares of Company A and issues an any part of order, the broker might sell 400 shares at one price and 100 shares at another price. opposite of all or none.
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antitrust laws any-and-all bid