missing the market

Miss the Price/Market

1. To fail, through negligence, to execute an order on terms favorable to a client. A broker who misses the price/market consistently is thought to be poor at his/her job.

2. To receive an order to buy or sell a security at a certain price immediately after that price has ceased to be available.

missing the market

Failing to execute a customer's order at an available price that was favorable to the customer. For example, through oversight on the part of the broker, a customer's limit order to purchase stock at $20 might not be executed even though the stock traded at less than $20 after the order was entered. The broker who misses the market is generally responsible for making good on the order.
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It has to be verified in order to avoid costly multiple tape outs which can also mean being late to market or missing the market window completely.
In our competitive market, four weeks may prove to be the difference between having a competitive product or missing the market window all together," said Jean-Jacques Ostiguy, vice president, graphics ASIC with Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd.
17 percent in December, missing the market forecast of a bigger drop, government data revealed on Tuesday.
How some target date fund designs are missing the market on providing retirement security to those who need it most" began reporting in 2007 and now reflects 10 years of consistent data.
The process began this past summer when they "started to feel like we were missing the market," he said-The review includes an internal task force of senior faculty from each of the schools related to the nonprofit management program, as well as an external review panel.
The failures usually can be attributed to missing the market because the company could not get ready in time to get the transaction done.
But for all the activity by a handful of companies and brokers, many insurers are simply missing the market opportunities of Web-related risk, choosing instead to stay with tried-and-true products tied to physical assets and property, Marsh's Freeman said.
We're in an industry where tastes change, all sorts of variables impact what the customer wants--so if you're four years away from bringing something to the marketplace, there's a greater risk of missing the market than if you're two years away.
The delays and budget overruns resulted in a costly construction loan modification, the borrower missing the market availability, and delayed interest payments.
A few weeks can mean the difference between meeting or missing the market window in our fast moving market," said Ramin Shirani, vice president of engineering at Aquantia.