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Go along

Used for listed equity securities. Buy or sell at prices that randomly occur on the floor, participating in what trades the specialist and other players will allow.

Go Along

To buy or sell a security at the price currently being offered or bid. That is, one goes along with a transaction when one takes an offer or bid rather than makes one.
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Mark Olayon had a game-high 17 points to go along six rebounds, four assists, and four steals.
30 so athletes who plan to go along should arrive in good time to enable them to be warmed up and ready to go.
To join the choir or find out more go along to the open evening tomorrow at Honley Infant and Nursery School, School Street, Honley, at 7.
If you know Stephen, he wants to go along to the international and play.
Castle Bromwich Library has issued an open invitation to people to go along and listen to two women talking about their different lives in yesteryear Birmingham.
It's about actors helping actors, and hopefully everyone will see that as we go along.
Although oil companies like BP and Royal Dutch Shell have begun to acknowledge that fossil fuels are the major source of global warming and are investing in alternative fuels, the industry's giant, Exxon, refuses to go along.
I decided to go along to the one in Newport because a year before that I had tried to kill myself.
reluctance to go along suggests that it might still have its own notions of developing such weapons.
We got a good response and we are hoping for the same when we go along to Sainsbury's in Nuneaton next month.
The PGA TOUR's season-ending event, THE TOUR Championship, unveiled a new logo to go along with its previously announced new presenting sponsor, Houston-based Dynegy Inc.
Why not go along to your local church and join in the carols to fully embrace the festive season?