|Enables a trader to buy or sell a security or derivative and receive fair value for it using borrowed capital to increase investment return.|
Also called margin. The ratio of the amount used in a transaction to the required security deposit.
A deposit made by a trader with a clearinghouse to ensure that he/she will fulfill any ...
The brokerage's demand that a customer deposit a specified amount of money or securities when a ...
The initial deposit of collateral required to enter into a position as a guarantee on future ...
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