An electronic system used to route buy and sell orders to the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Among other things, it is used to execute computerized program trades. SuperDOT handles about 80% of all orders entered at the exchange. DOT is an acronym for Designated Order Turnaround.


SuperDot was the electronic system used by the New York Stock Exchange to route market orders and limit orders from investors or their agents to a specialist located on the floor of the exchange. SuperDot was the upgraded form of the previous electronic system used to route orders, known as the Designated Order Turnaround (DOT) system. Since 1976,...
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