Stock Tick Definition / ExplanationChange in the price of a security, either up or down.
The term "tick" refers to a change in a stock's price from one trade to the next (but see below for more). Really what's going on is that a comparison is made between trades reported on the ticker. If the later trade is at a higher price than the earlier trade, that trade is known as an "uptick" trade because the price went up. If the later trade is at a lower price than the earlier trade, that trade is known as a "downtick" trade because the price went down. Read more...
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