A Downtick occurs when a securitys transaction occurs at a lower price than...
Securities transaction that is executed at a price below the last different price; also known as a "minus tick." For example, if the last three sales of a stock executed at $52, $52, and $51, the $51 trade is a downtick. See also uptick and zero-plus tick.
Movement of the price downwards
stock market transaction (or sometimes, a quote) at a price lower than the preceding one for the same security. also called minus tick. opposite of uptick. see also closing tick, net tangible assets, tick, zero-minus tick.
A drop in the price of a security in the latest sale compared to the previous sale.
a transaction in the stock market at a price below the price of the preceding transaction
A trade is on a downtick when the last trade occurred at a price lower than the previous one.
Also called minus tick. The sale of a contract at a price that is less than the previous transacted price. For example if a contract last traded 3.2 and the next trade was 3.1, this would be a downtick. (See also uptick)
A Ticker's most recent trade was at a lower fair price than the trade before it. Usually designated with a red arrow.
Downtick means the next trade is at a lower price than the previous trade. See uptick.
See on: Investopedia A transaction on an exchange that occurs at a price below the previous transaction. In order for a downtick to occur, a transaction price must be followed by a decreased transaction price. This is commonly used in reference to stocks, but it can also be extended to commodities and other forms of securities.
A transaction executed at a price lower than the preceding transaction in that security, or a new quote registered at a lower price than the preceding quote in that security. (See uptick )
A listed equity trade whose price is lower than that of the last different sale.
Move down in a particular stock. On U.S. stock exchanges you cannot sell the stock short on a downtick.
When a security sells at a lower price than its previous sale price, the drop in value is called a downtick. For example, if a stock that had been trading at 25 sells at 24.95 the next time it trades, the 5 cent drop is a downtick.
A transaction where the stock price is lower than the previous transaction.
Also called "minus tick," the sale of a listed stock at a price that is less than the previous sale price. For example, if a stock traded at $12 a share, the next trade would be a downtick if it is at 11 7/8.