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TailgatingPurchase of a security by a broker after the broker places an order for the same security for a customer. The broker hopes to profit ...
Technical AnalysisUsing charts and charting techniques and indicators (such as prices, volume, moving averages, stochastics, etc.) to evaluate future likely price movement. ...
Ten BaggerAn investment which is worth ten times its original purchase price, and comes from baseball where "bags" or "bases" that a runner reaches are the ...
Term BondsThe entire issue is retired in one lump sum several years later.This is the way US Treasury bonds are retired—the money is borrowed in 1980 ...
Theoretical ValueThe Fair Value calculation of an option using a pricing formula such as the Black-Scholes Options Pricing Model. ...
Theta(decay) - The sensitivity of an option price to the variable of time to Expiration. Remember that options only have a finite life (until Expiration), ...
Thin SpreadsLarge gaps between the bids and offers caused by infrequent and illiquid trading. Thin spreads tend to move a great deal and will often move ...
TickThe least amount of price movement recorded in a security. ...
TicketThe details of a trade ? number of shares, type of order, prices ? that must be submitted for a trade to be executed. ...
Time valueThe amount by which the current market price of an option exceeds its intrinsic value. The intrinsic value of a call is the amount by which ...
TIPSTreasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS) are inflation-indexed bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury. The rate of return is adjusted to the consumer price index (CPI) as ...
TombstonesThe advertisments that are put out when a company goes public. ...
TraderSomeone who buys and sells frequently with the objective of short-term profit. ...
Trading HaltThe temporary suspension of trading in a NASDAQ security, usually for 30 minutes, while material news from the issuer is being disseminated over the news ...
Trading SecuritiesStock or bond holdings that a company intends to sell within a short period of time (usually less than one year). These are accounted for ...
Trading SessionMost commonly means one of the three eight-hour sessions forrntrading FOREX over a 24-hour period - Asian, European, and North American. ...
Trailing StopTrailing stops are designed to follow the market price of a stock by a percentage amount or fixed dollar amount. The higher the market price ...
Trailing Stop LossUsing a trailing stop loss allows the trader to maximize profits on a stock as it continues its trend. It is analogous to raising or ...
Treasury BillThe Treasury bill, or T-bill, is a zero coupon bond issued for terms of one month to one year.The T-bill is considered to be the ...
Treasury BondU.S. Treasury bonds, also known as long bonds, are issued in 30-year terms.The T-bond is a coupon bond like the T-note with interest ...
Treasury NoteTreasury notes are issued in terms of 2, 3, 5, 7, and 10 years. T-notes, like T-bills, are sold at auction to institutions ...
Treasury StockWhen a company buys its own stock back, that stock is recorded at cost and reported as treasury stock. Treasury stock is reported as a deduction ...
Triple Witching DayThe third Friday in March, June, September, and December when US stock options, index options, and futures contracts all expire at the same time. The effect ...

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