sell plus

Sell Plus Order

1. An order to a broker to sell a security above its current price.

2. An order to a broker to sell a security at its current price only if the current price is higher than the previous plus tick or zero plus tick. A sell plus order also requires that the current price be higher or the same as the previous trade if the last trade was a zero minimum tick or a minimum tick.
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sell plus

A customer order to sell a security only at a price higher than the most recent price it sold at. Thus, the order is to be executed only on an uptick.
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I dialled again and got the hard sell plus a voice that told me my call might be recorded "for training purposes".
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The souks are a haggler's heaven (offer half the original asking price and expect to pay about two-thirds of it), and you need a strong stomach for the hard sell plus a firm hand on your wallet.
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