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glider
59 posts
msg #38557
Ignore glider
10/24/2005 5:11:14 PM

This may have been covered before but it looks to me like the trigger date price is the one used for entry and not the next days opening price. I've looked at several stocks and this seems to be the case. Anyone know anything about this?


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