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Good-Till-Canceled (GTC) Order

In the context of stock options, this is an order to sell stock associated with an exercise when the stock reaches a specific price at any time while the order remains open. The order remains open until canceled by the optionholder, the broker, or the exchange. Some plans disallow this to prevent sales from occurring outside authorized trading windows or to prevent inadvertent Section 16 violations.

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