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Extended Life Order

Since the company's founding, Nasdaq has focused on providing investors with simple and efficient ways to participate in the markets. The very nature of Nasdaq's first electronic exchange was to be an innovative force in the trading sector, to drive down prices and increase efficiencies. With this history in mind, Nasdaq has introduced the Extended Life Order (ELO), pending EC approval.

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Nasdaq Extended Life Order

The Extended Life Order is designed to enhance market quality in order to attract long-term investors and their dealers. Those willing to commit liquidity to the book for a minimum time period will be rewarded with execution priority over non-ELO orders entered at the same price.

The following infographic provides an overview of Extended Life Order:

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