Any-Part-Of Order

In trading, the term “any-part-of order” refers to an instruction given by an investor to a securities broker along with a trading order. This instruction allows the broker to sell only part of the securities assigned to the order, if they are not able to find buyers for the full amount.

See also: All-or-none order (AON)

More on this topic:
Swiss online trading platform comparison

About is Switzerland’s independent online comparison service covering banking, insurance and telecom. More than 80 unbiased comparison tools and calculators are available on, along with useful financial guides and timely news. The comprehensive comparison tools help you to find the right insurance policies, bank accounts, credit and prepaid cards, loans, mortgages, trading accounts and telecom products for your needs.