12-50 defines other alternative order
types, such as a “stop quotation order” or “stop quote order” or an alternative
order type that triggers transactions using a quotation at the stop price,
which requires separate written disclosures to the customer in paper or
electronic form prior to the placement of such alternative orders, including a
description of any such alternative order type and a specific description of
the triggering event.
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