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HedgeA term for reducing the risk of one position by taking other positions with options, futures or other derivatives. A transaction that reduces the risk of ...
Hedge FundA private investment partnership that can use leverage and derivatives, take both long and short positions, and invest in many markets. ...
HedgerA trader who enters the market with the intent to protect a position in the underlying asset; an investor who uses the futures market to ...
HedgingA strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short-selling, or futures contracts. Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a ...
Held OrderAn order that must be executed without hesitation or if the stock can be bought or sold at that price in sufficient quantity. ...
High-Frequency TradingTrading very frequently; scalping. A high-frequency trader uses tick data. ...
High-Tech StockStocks of companies operating in high-technology fields. ...
Historic VolatilityCalculated by using the standard deviation of underlying asset price changes from close-to-close of trading going back 21 to 23 days. A measurement of how much ...
Hit The BidAcceptance of purchasing at the offer or selling at the bid. ...
Hold To maintain ownership of a security over a long period of time. The recommendation of an analyst who is not positive enough on a stock ...
Hostile TakeoverA company or person that tries to buy a controlling amount of stocks in a company in order to control it. Usually this is not ...
Hunch TradingHunch stock market trading is not a logical trading decision, but purely a gut feeling. As hunch or intuition may turn out to be misleading, ...

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