At the close order

A term used to describe a market or limit order that is executed at the end or near the close of each trading day. If the order is not filled it is cancelled. Most equities experience a huge surge in price movement up or down before market close. A trader trying to enter a stock at a lower price could do so by executing a market order at the end of each trading day.

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