program trading

Definition of "program trading"
  1. A practice in which a large number of stocks, often those that make up a portfolio or replicate a target stock index, are bought or sold, often facilitated by computer software or as part of an investment strategy
How to use "program trading" in a sentence
  1. The sudden influx in shares was a result of program trading by the institution.
  2. Despite the volatile market condition, the fund manager's strategy included extensive use of program trading.
  3. Program trading aids in managing large-scale buying and selling of stocks to match a specific stock index.

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