Non-Directed Order(redirected from Non-Directed Orders)
An order to a broker to buy or sell a security on the exchange of the broker's choice. A client has the ability to tell the broker his/her preferred exchange for the execution of orders. A non-directed order, however, leaves this to the broker's discretion, with the assumption that the broker will offer or bid the exchange at the best price.
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