Board lot

A standard number of stock shares or bundle that is set by an exchange. A board lot increases liquidity at the broker level by avoiding odd number of lots to be traded, instead, a standard 100 or 1000 shares of stock are traded. Brokers then redistribute it to its clients who order odd number of shares.

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