All or none

Forbes  Mar 29  Comment 
The NFIB sounds like an organization that wants good health care in this country. Why is this supposedly non-partisan group using so much energy to get a law repealed that mostly fits the needs of the group’s constituents?
Richer by the Day  Jun 19  Comment 
photo credit: muztiko Going "All In" is best known in the poker world, but also shows up in investing in the form of the All or None qualifier. All or None is an option when buying or selling a security much like choosing the type or...


All or none is when someone orders to buy or sell a specified number of shares at a specific price. No partial transactions are to be filled only the full order at once can be executed.

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