OCO (One-Cancels-the-Other)

— this is a type of exchange order that automatically cancels one order when another is filled. For example, if a trader places a buy order and a sell order for an asset, then when one of the orders is executed, the second is automatically canceled.

OI (Open Interest)

— this is the number of open (unclosed) contracts for a specific futures or options asset on the exchange. OI shows the total volume of unallocated contracts and can be used to analyze the interest of market participants in a particular asset.

Ostrich (Ostrich)

— these are investors or traders who face a problem by ignoring or not recognizing risks and negative events in the market. They are unreasonably optimistic and refuse to see potential threats or problems in their investments. Just as ostriches hide themselves in the ground to avoid danger, these investors ignore reality and let their emotions drive their decisions, which can lead to financial losses.

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