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Stocks are described here: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/commonstock.asp
|Available from version
|The instrument type
|The name of the instrument
|The ISIN-code of the instrument
|The short name of the instrument
|The code of the exchange where the instrument is primarily listed
|The status determines what user type the instrument should be available to
|The status determines what user type the instrument should be visible to
|The currency that the instrument is based in
|The country where the instrument is based according to tax reasons
|The default marketplace where the instrument is traded
|The legal entity that has issued the instrument, for example a bank.
|The number of decimals to use when showing the price of the instrument
|Display Percentage Price
|If checked the price will be displayed as a percentage value, in the database the value of 98% will be stored as 0.98 but shown as 98%. In this example we are using currency values as the price.
|The price of the instrument
|The date when the price was set
|The value multiplier of the instrument. For a stock the most common value is 1 since one unit costs 1 x price.
|This is a legacy property that should be left blank
|This is the number of decimals that should be used for the units. The stock is traded in whole units and thus we write 0 for this value.
|A link to an instrument description
|A reference that could be used to link the instrument to an external system or some other reference
|Lock In Period
|The period that a legal entity should be locked in before being able to sell after having purchased the instrument
|Which fee category the instrument should belong to according to /wiki/spaces/KB/pages/66584622
|The percentage commission charged on buy orders
|The percentage commission charged on sell orders
|Early Sell Fee
|The percentage fee charged on orders that are being executed within the lock in period.
|The percentage of kickback that should be given to the associated re-seller on the orders of the instrument
|Account Type Limitation
|Determines if the instrument should be limited to certain account types.