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Miss the price/market

Used for listed equity securities. 1) Have an order in hand but fail to execute a transaction on terms favorable to a customer and, thus, be negligent as a broker; 2) receive an order just after a print has transpired.
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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.
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Ground and trip are likely to be ideal but we have missed the price so our first bet will be I JUST KNOW.
Thewinnerisownedbytrainer JoannaMorgan'smotherMargaret, andMorgan revealed:"Myonly complaint is that I missed the price - the mother isn't a bit pleasedthatImissedit!" Sheadded:"Thetripandground suitedhim.Hemightgohurdling - he's a bit giddy and it could settlehimdown.
The larger-than-life owner had been tempted to invest at 20-1 when the National weights came out last month but missed the price.
He is the best horse in the race, but I have missed the price and won't be rushing to take evens or odds on.
We have clearly missed the price on all three, though it would be no surprise if the result did not lie between them.
Upon my return, there was no confirmation e-mail of the sale and I immediately thought, "He's missed the price and the share has plummeted to 38p."
If you have blinked last week you would have missed the price movements in this market.
We know Salut Flo will be all the rage in the Byrne Group at 4.00, but we have missed the price and it would be no surprise if he goes off a longer price at SP than he opens this morning.
In short if you have missed the price on Doyen make yourself a cup of tea and enjoy watching a top class horse win a top class race.
But the Gods took a serious dislike to Kalaman - they must have missed the price - and he had a nightmare run in the short Ascot straight, getting crunched just under two furlongs out.
If a horse is being backed and you've missed the price don't follow the money and go in at shorter odds.
Q Some fans of Time For Rupert have missed the price. Can you help?