Roll order

Roll order

(1) Dividend roll; (2) Replacement of a maturing position with an identical one in the new maturity; (3) Recognizition of capital gain or loss while reestablishing the position at the risk of the market.
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Roll Order

1. See: Dividend Trade Roll/Play.

2. The replacement of one investment that is maturing with an identical investment with a longer maturity. For example, one may take the proceeds of a bond as it matures and buy an identical bond that does not mature for another 10 years.

3. An order to buy or sell a security such that it realizes a gain or loss.
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