TeachMeFinance.com - explain Not a good delivery
Not a good delivery -- This term is colloquially in common
use, but the word good has been dropped from the New York
Stock Exchange rules for delivery as superfluous. A thing, as
a stock or a bond, either is not a delivery (is not deliverable)
on a contract or is a delivery (is deliverable).
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