May expand

May expand

Used in the context of general equities. Warning that the size of the order/total may be increased. See: "more behind it."

May Expand

In investing, an indication by a broker to another that he/she may increase the size of an order to buy or sell a security.
References in classic literature ?
A developing thing may expand in any given way or form.
But of a heritage that may expand gradually, he had no conception: he hoped to come to Culture suddenly, much as the Revivalist hopes to come to Jesus.
This classification will embrace all the truly good, and none in whose souls there exists not something that may expand itself into a heaven, both of well-doing and felicity.
Hot winds may drift northwards thus melting of ice may expand further.
This analysis will first take place in France and Japan, home to Groupe Renault and Nissan headquarters, respectively, and may expand to other markets, excluding China, in the future.
NBI may expand probe to include PhilHealth officials, other medical facilities !-- -- (Philstar.com) - June 13, 2019 - 6:35pm MANILA, Philippines Authorities are looking into the possible accountability of Philippine Health Insurance Corp.
American Airlines has announced it may expand service to India and Africa following receipt of a second batch of 47 new Boeing 787 Dreamliners, scheduled to begin arriving in 2020, the company said.
3 (Petra) -- BMW said on Friday it is recalling about 1 million vehicles in North America for two separate issues involving fire risks and said it may expand the recalls to other countries.
Shah said the index may expand to corporate bonds in the future.
The project will focus first on developing a liver chip, but the agreement may expand to kidney, lung, and intestine models in the future.