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As of 12 May 2008 at 9:46 AM EDT.
Then again someone must be asking for all this stuff if they are trying to provide it...
- Jeebuz -
Shakespeare wrote:After-hours quote.marché hors cote
That's what I get for misremembering forty-year-old high school French.OTC seems reasonable.I'd be more inclined to think that she meant OTC or third market, more specifically an ECN quote.
Shakespeare wrote:So today I bought 100 D.UN in my LIF. The intraday balance quite correctly went negative after the purchase. I entered the appropriate dollar-rounded negative value (i.e. the next largest integer in absolute value) as a sale in MIP510 to provide the cash exceeding the ~$270 balance in the account. The intraday cash available then correctly showed as $0.24.
All correct, and I'm pleased that the MIP510 sale was put into the intraday balance immediately.
bwalter wrote:One minor gripe I have is the intraday cash available balance goes negative when you place the order, not when it is filled. That means if you place stink bids, your intraday cash available immediately becomes negative. This doesn't seem to stop you from placing additional orders however, and also doesn't affect your "real" balance. (I.e. While your intraday cash available remains negative as long as the order is open, the "previous day's" balance remains correct if your order is open over multiple days.)
Shakespeare wrote:Yes, RBCDI will allow purchases in a registered account up to the value of the account. It is your responsibility to sell enough to have enough funds for settlement.
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