Execution costs

Execution costs

The difference between the execution price of a security and the price that would have existed in the absence of a trade, which can be further divided into market impact costs and market timing costs.

Execution Costs

The difference between the market price of a security and what that price would have been had a certain transaction affecting the price not taken place. See also: Market impact cost, market timing cost.
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Using advanced data science techniques, TI was able to show how a set of optimized rules might improve a trading strategy and lower the overall execution costs.
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The ensuing discussion in Part III of the rigours of properly filling out and filing the form for the subsection 85(1) rollover election illustrates that these execution costs can be onerous.
Most high frequency trading consists of market making and spreading and will therefore make market movements less extreme while at the same time providing liquidity and bringing trading and execution costs down.
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They simply listed the execution costs at both state and federal level, leaving Californian voters to rethink their previous choice towards the capital punishment law.
Ultimately, the ability to minimize execution costs creates a significant avenue to build a portfolio that will drive superior performance over time.
Furthermore, foreign exchange is better than stocks in terms of liquidity, timing, execution costs, execution quality and trending.
Postal Service (USPS) to discuss acceptance facility execution costs and how these costs were estimated.
Bessembinder, Maxwell, and Venkataraman estimate trade execution costs for a sample of institutional (insurance company) trades in corporate bonds before and after the initiation of public transaction reporting for some bonds through the TRACE system in July 2002.
Much of the project's success and project execution costs are defined in the pre-study stage," Hayrynen stated.