A condition of an order which instructs the broker to only fill a transaction once a particular price has been reached or goes over it. Contrary to a market order, the at-or-better will expire once a particular target price is not exceeded or met. The chance of the at-or-better trades in the market in comparison to the overall number of trades is based on the state of the economy and liquidity.
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