What is ‘Odd Lotter’
An individual investor who buys securities, usually stocks, in odd lots. This is the opposite of someone who buys securities in round lots.
Explaining ‘Odd Lotter’
A round lot is 100 stocks; therefore, someone buying any number that is not a multiple of 100 would be considered an odd lotter.
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