|To buy securities, options, or futures with the intent to profit from a rise in the price of the assets.|
The purchase of a stock, commodity, or currency for investment or speculation.
To sell securities, options, or futures with the intent to profit from a drop in the ...
Daily Price Limit
The level at which many commodity, futures, and options markets are allowed to rise or fall ...
A term used to designate all contracts covering the purchase and sale of financial instruments or ...
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