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  • And so we have the two hundred or more gladiators owned by Vatia: Thracians and Celts, with a likely admixture of Germans, Italians, and odd-lot others.

    The Spartacus War

  • He preferred wholesaling and its constant middleman juggle of buying and reselling odd-lot shipments of televisions or frying pans or Coca-Cola.

    Roots of $3 Billion Fraud Case Lie in DVD Players, Not CDOs

  • And so we have the two hundred or more gladiators owned by Vatia: Thracians and Celts, with a likely admixture of Germans, Italians, and odd-lot others.

    The Spartacus War

  • And so we have the two hundred or more gladiators owned by Vatia: Thracians and Celts, with a likely admixture of Germans, Italians, and odd-lot others.

    The Spartacus War

  • And so we have the two hundred or more gladiators owned by Vatia: Thracians and Celts, with a likely admixture of Germans, Italians, and odd-lot others.

    The Spartacus War

  • A technical analysis theory based on using odd-lot trading behavior as a contrary indicator, under the assumption that odd lots are traded primarily by small investors who are on average less experienced than institutional investors.

    CNN's horrific Obamamania.

  • The Big Board itself has filed several regulatory actions alleging abuses of the odd-lot system.

    NYSE Moves to Prevent

  • The Marchman memo warned against "effecting prearranged or wash sales in the round-lot portion of a [partial round-lot order] for the purpose of effecting an execution of the odd-lot portion [of the order] at no market risk and at a more favorable price than market conditions would have otherwise permitted."

    NYSE Moves to Prevent

  • In August, NYSE regulators levied a $190,000 fine against an electronic brokerage unit of NYSE rival Nasdaq Stock Market Inc. for sending customers 'odd-lot orders to the NYSE without combining them as required.

    NYSE Moves to Prevent

  • In general, the odd-lot rules require that orders under 100 shares be executed by the so-called specialist firm that manages trading in each stock, so that the small orders get the price of the next "round-lot" trade, be it 100 shares or 100,000.

    NYSE Moves to Prevent

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