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What is the Fennel glossary?

As retail investors ourselves, we know how confusing acronyms like “PFOF” and “ESG” can be. We’ve put together a glossary with a list of relevant terms you may come across on your investing journey.

Where can I learn more about investing?

We believe that investing in your education is just as important as investing in your financial future or investing to make an impact. Fennel provides resources to learn more about certain topics like the stock market, ESG, and shareholder activism. Visit Fennel Learn to dive into these topics.

What is a limit order?

A limit order is a type of order used when someone wants to buy or sell a stock at a specific price (or better). For example, if a person places a buy limit order at $100, that transaction will only be executed if the stock hits the limit price ($100) or lower. Conversely, a sell limit order may only be executed at the limit price or higher.

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