|An investment that can be used as collateral in a margin account.|
A brokerage firm can tell you whether your investment is marginable. Most exchange-traded stocks are, but options contracts are not.
Stock approved by the Federal Reserve and an investor's broker as being suitable for providing collateral ...
A deposit made by a trader with a clearinghouse to ensure that he/she will fulfill any ...
The amount of cash or marginable securities (for example, blue chip stocks) that an account holder ...
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