Margin trading involves interest charges and risks, including the potential to lose more than deposited or the need to deposit additional collateral in a falling market.Funds that seek to provide an optimal mix of stocks, bonds and cash at any given time.A stock exchange or bourse is an exchange where stock brokers and traders can buy and sell stocks (also called shares), bonds, and other securities.Those futures exchanges that also offer trading in securities besides trading in futures contracts are listed both here and.System response and access times may vary due to market conditions, system performance, and other factors.
As prices fell, brokers required investors who had bought stock on.Advanced Companies Companies listed on TSX Venture Exchange that meet higher asset, market value and shareholder. distribution requirements than those classified as.
The terms overweight and underweight are used by brokers and fund managers to indicate their preference for stocks or markets relative to particular indices or.
An option contract that can be exercised at any time between the date of purchase to expiration.Also known as an index, it is the mathematical calculation that indicates the value of a group of securities.Brokerage Products and Services offered by Firstrade Securities, Inc. - Member FINRA and SIPC.Options trading involves risk and is not suitable for all investors.Plus500 Ltd is listed on the AIM, section of the London Stock Exchange.
ADX is not liable for any delays imposed by figure calculations.A glossary of stock market terms and basic stock market definitions for students and beginning investors.Please review the Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options brochure before you begin trading options.
A bond which is sold at a deep discount to its face value, and pays no coupons.The return on an investment over a specified number of years, calculated as what an investor would have received each year if the cumulative return were distributed evenly over each year within the specified time period.Learn some stock market terms with our Stock Market Glossary.The difference between par value of a zero coupon security and its original purchase price.An estimate of the time to maturity for a pool of mortgage-backed securities.
The Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) is creating an SEC-regulated national securities exchange designed to align great companies and long-term investors.
A value of less than 1 is considered bullish, greater than 1 bearish.SEC requires funds to distribute the report to shareholders at least semiannually.Any specific securities, or types of securities, used as examples are for demonstration purposes only.Arbitrage Profiting from differences in the price of a security that is traded on multiple markets.
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