"AON" is a type of restricted order where the entire order must be filled at one time or nothing will be filled at all. If you do not specify your order as "All Or None" when placing a limit order, there is a possibility that your order will be filled partially. Full commission fees and charges apply for each partial fill, except those transacted within the same business day.
Requirement that none of an order be executed unless all of it can be executed at the specified price.
Directs the broker to attempt to fill the entire amount of the order or none of it during the time limit you specify. This differs from "Fill or Kill" orders because "All or None" orders do not require immediate execution. Only applicable to Limit Orders.
A stipulation of a buy or sell order which instructs the broker to either fill the whole order or don't fill it at all; but in the latter case, don't cancel it, as the broker would if the order were fill or kill. Also, a term used in underwriting indicating that if the underwriter isn't able to sell all the shares offered, then the offering will be canceled.
An order in which you stipulate that all of the shares in your order are to be bought or sold at one time, or else your order is not to be executed at all. AON orders have the lowest priority for execution. A market order cannot be placed as AON. At CUSO Financial Services (CFS), AON orders must be for 100 shares or more.
Limit order requiring that no part of an order be executed unless all of it can be done at the specified price.
a buy or sell order that specifies that unless the entire order can be filled, the order should be cancelled.
A trading order which must be filled in its entirety or not at all.
A limit price order that requires the entire order to be filled at the stated price or not at all.
An order type that the broker executes only if the trade can be executed for the full quantity specified. If a complete transaction is not executed, it will remain open for the time limit specified
Refers to requests for a broker to fill an order completely at a predetermined price or not at all. Refers to both buy and sell orders.
Marked on a buy or sell order to signify that no partial transaction is to be executed.
A condition that is placed on an order requiring that the entire order be filled or no part of it. Note that orders with the all or none condition: 1) are allowed for most equity and option securities; 2) are the lowest priority orders on the market floor because of the restrictions that they bear; 3) are allowed for thinly traded securities, securities for which there are few bids to buy or sell; 4) are not used for option orders for less than two contracts or for mutual fund or bond orders. Some securities may require a minimum of two round lots (generally, one round lot is 100 shares) when placing an order with the All or None condition.
Is also called All or Nothing. The order must be completed in its entirety or not at all. Here, there are no partial fills.
A limit price order that instructs the broker to fill the whole order at the stated price or not at all.
A trade entry which requires that the order be treated as a limit order and that the entire quantity of the order be filled at that limit price or better, or none of the order will be executed.
A market or limited price order which is to be executed in its entirety or not at all.
This is an instruction you can give your broker when placing a buy or a sell order. This instruction ensures that your order will be filled in its entirety or not at all. This prevents having a partial execution of your trade.
Prevents a partial fill of an order.
A requirement that the total amount of a given order be executed at the specified price - no lesser amount will be acceptable.
A stipulation to either a buy or a sell order which instructs the broker to either fill the order in its entirety of to fill none at all, the customer won't accept a partial execution (only 300 shares out of an order for 1000).
An order that is executed in its entirety or not at all. The order may be placed as a DAY or GTC order. If not specified, a GTC order that does not specify AON may be executed over two or more trading days resulting in more than one commission or charge.
This is one of the special terms & conditions. An order with this condition should be matched either with the entire order quantity or none at all.
A condition that the full amount of an order to buy or sell is executed at an agreed price; a lesser amount is unacceptable.
A trading instruction to execute a trade if and only if it can be bought or sold in its entirety.
A type of order where the client wants the entire order executed or none of it.
A type of order issued to a broker by a buyer or seller to fill the order completely or not at all. There are no partial transactions.
Whereby a customer places an order with a broker to purchase the entire ordered amount or none at all if that entire amount cannot be purchased.
All or None (AON) is a stock market term usually mentioned when trading securities. It signifies that the buyer or seller will make the trade if and only if all shares will be traded at once.