Order Types

OneChicago supports a wide variety of order types for interacting with the Exchange’s electronic order book as explained below. Please note that not all order types supported by the Exchange may be available to you depending on the trading platform supported by your broker or software vendor. Please consult your broker or platform provider to determine which order types are available to you when trading at OneChicago.

Order Type CBOEdirect
All or None (AON)
An order to buy or sell that must be filled in its entirely at its limit price.
YES
Butterfly Spread
A strategy which requires the placing of two calendar spreads in opposite directions with the center delivery month common to both spreads.
YES
Calendar Spread
A strategy which entails buying one delivery month of a contract and sumultaneously selling another delivery month of the same contract on the same exchange
YES
Fill and Kill (FAK) Order
An order to buy or sell that can be filled partially or canceled
YES
Fill or Kill (FOK) Order
An order to buy or sell that must be filled in its entirely or canceled
YES
Good ‘Til Cancelled (GTC) Order
An order, that unless executed, remains in the OneChicago System until it is withdrawn by the Clearing Memeber, Exchange Member or Access Person who placed it or the Expiration Date of the contract to which it relates, whichever occurs first
YES
Immediate or Cancel (IOC) Order
A Market Order or Limit Order which is automatically cancelled unless executed in whole or in part within five seconds after its receipt
YES
Limit Order
An order to buy or sell a stated number of contracts at a specified price or at a better price
YES
Market Order
An order to buy or sell a stated number of contracts at the best price available in the market
YES
Stop Limit Order
An order to buy or sell when the market for a particular contract reaches a specified price. A Stop Limit Order to buy becomes a Limit Order when the relevant cotnract trades or is bid at or above the stop limit price. A Stop Limit Order to sell becomes a Limit Order when the relevant contract trades or is offered at or below the stop limit price
YES
Stop Order
An order to buy or sell when the market for a particular contract reaches a specified price. A Stop Order to buy becomes a Market Order when the relevant contract trades or is bid at or above the stop limit price. A Stop Order to sell becomes a Market Order when the relevant contract trades or is offered at or below the stop price.
YES
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