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|The issuer has a mandated savings account (the sinking fund) and is required to make deposits into that account. Every so often—as detailed in the ...
|A deposit made by a trader with a clearinghouse to ensure that he/she will fulfill any financial obligations resulting from his or her trades. Margin ...
|An account in which stocks can be purchased for a combination of cash and a loan. The loan in the margin account is collateralized by ...
|The brokerage's demand that a customer deposit a specified amount of money or securities when a purchase is made in a margin account; the amount ...
|The amount of cash or marginable securities (for example, blue chip stocks) that an account holder must have in his account to write uncovered (or ...
|An investment that can be used as collateral in a margin account. ...
|Mark to Market
|Process of reevaluating all open positions with the current market prices. The daily adjustment of margin accounts to reflect profits and losses in such a ...
|The number of outstanding shares multiplied by the value per share. ...
|Market if Touched
|Market if Touched (MIT) order - An order that becomes a market order if the price specified is reached. ...
|A dealer willing to accept the risk of holding a particular security in his or her own account to facilitate trading in that security. ...
|An order to buy or sell securities at the price given at the time the order reaches the market. Buy or sell at the best ...
|The department responsible for investigating and preventing abusive, manipulative, or illegal trading practices on The NASDAQ Stock Market. Considerable resources are devoted to surveilling The ...
|"Married put" is an equity term that does little to describe the position - buying or holding the outright shares, while purchasing a put ...
|The date on which a bond's principal is repaid to the investor and interest payments cease. Maturity is the number of years until the principal ...
|A modiﬁed bar chart used in commodity futures. Each bar shows the price range for a time unit and changes in open interest and volume ...
|Where a market direction (up or down) is established. ...
|Most price-based indicators are also called momentum indicators. In most cases, the momentum indicator represents the rate-of-change over the lookback period. The rate-of-change may reﬂect ...
|Someone who buys stocks or other securities that have had high returns over the past 3 to 12 months, and sells those that have had ...
|A momentum reversal is when the momentum indicator reverses from bullish to bearish or from bearish to bullish. ...
|Monetary stops are universal in options trading strategies.For long neutral delta strategies like straddles and strangles, you will need to decide a spread premium in ...
|A term to define whether an options contract is in-the-money, at-the-money, or out-of-the-money. ...
|Added to stock charts, these indicators represent average price over time. By averaging prices, the indicator can smooth or eliminate the fluctuations in data and ...
|Mutual funds are the most common type of pooled investment. Funds "slice and dice" many types of investments - stocks, bonds, money-market instruments, and other securities ...
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