The "Time & Sales" column displays the "Trade Indicator" code on the left side of the column, as seen in the screenshot below:


A normal trade will have no trade Indicators.


Here are the code descriptions of the trade indicators:


US Stocks



Code Code Description
a acquisition
b bunched trade - average price
c cash trade
d distribution
e automatic execution
f intermarket sweep
g bunched sold trade - opening/reopening trade detail
h intraday trade detail
i basket index on close transaction
j rule 127 trade
k rule 155 trade
l sold last
n next day
o opened
p prior reference price
r seller
s split trade
t form t trade - pre/post market trade
u extended hours traded - reported late or out of sequence
w average price trade
y yellow flagged regular trade
z sold - out of sequence


Canadian Stocks



Code Code Description
b Delayed Delivery
c Contingent Trade
d Cash
e Non Boardlot
f Mandatory Cash
g VWAP Trade
k Sets the Last Price
l Sets the Open Price
m Special Terms Trading
n Non-Voting shares
o Basis Trade
p Accrued Interest Stock
q MOC Trade
r Restricted Voting Shares
s Special Trading Session
u Trading in $US.
v Subordinate Voting Shares
x Internal Cross

London Stock Exchange Stocks


Code Code Description
@ Uncrossing Trade, Contra Trade, or Automatic trade
u All other LSE Trade Type Indicators