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  • 401K
  • acquisition
  • across the board
  • actionnaire
  • agotage
  • air pocket stock
  • American Stock Exchange
  • AMEX
  • analyst
  • arbitrage
  • arbitrageur
  • baby bond
  • back off
  • back-end load
  • barometer stock
  • bear
  • bear market
  • bear raid
  • bearish
  • bellwether
  • belly up
  • bid and asked
  • bid price
  • bid-and-asked price
  • Big Blue
  • Big Board
  • Black Friday
  • block
  • blue chip
  • blue sky laws
  • blue-sky law
  • Bog Board
  • boiler room
  • bond
  • bond issue
  • bond ratings
  • book value
  • bottom fisher
  • bourse
  • boutique
  • broad tape
  • broker
  • brokerage
  • Buck Rogers
  • bucket shop
  • bull
  • bull market
  • bullish
  • buy back
  • buy-out
  • buying on margin
  • buyout
  • call
  • capital gain
  • capital gain distribution
  • capital stock
  • cash cow
  • cats and dogs
  • Chicago Board of Trade
  • churn
  • churning
  • closely held
  • Comex
  • commission
  • commodities
  • commodities broker
  • commodities exchange
  • common stock
  • contrarian
  • controlling interest
  • convertible security
  • cornering the market
  • correction
  • coupon
  • crash
  • cross trade
  • curb
  • cyclical stock
  • day order
  • debenture
  • debt instrument
  • discount
  • discretionary account
  • diversity
  • dividend
  • dog
  • dollar-cost averaging
  • Dow Jones Average
  • Dow-Jones industrial average
  • Dun & Bradstreet
  • employee stock ownership plan
  • ESOP
  • Ex dividend
  • Exchange
  • Fannie Mae
  • Fed, the
  • fill or kill
  • Financial district
  • Fixing
  • flat market
  • Float
  • Floor
  • floor
  • floor broker
  • floor trader
  • FNMA
  • foreign crowd
  • fourth market
  • Freddie Mac
  • freeriding
  • friendly takeover
  • front-end load
  • fungibles
  • futures
  • futures exchange
  • futures market
  • gilt-edged
  • gilt-edged security
  • Ginnie Mae
  • glamour stock
  • GNMA
  • go private
  • go public
  • going public
  • gold bond
  • goldbug
  • government bond
  • graveyard market
  • greenmail
  • growth stock
  • gun jumping
  • hard money
  • hedge
  • hemline theory
  • high yield
  • high-yield security
  • holding company
  • holdings
  • homerun
  • hostile takeover
  • hot issue
  • hung up
  • in-and-out trader
  • income fund
  • income stock
  • indenture
  • index arbitrage
  • Individual Retirement Account (IRA)
  • industrials
  • inside information
  • insider
  • insider information
  • institutional investor
  • institutional trading
  • investment
  • IPO
  • IRA
  • issue
  • junk bond
  • Keogh plan
  • killer bees
  • lamb
  • LBO
  • leg
  • leverage
  • leveraged buyout
  • leveraged stock
  • liquidity
  • listed
  • load
  • long
  • long bond
  • manipulation
  • margin
  • margin account
  • market
  • market index
  • market order
  • market price
  • melon
  • meltdown
  • mercantile exchange
  • merger
  • mergers and acquisitions
  • money market fund
  • mortgage-backed security
  • municipal bond
  • municipal revenue bond
  • mutual fund
  • NASDAQ
  • new issue
  • New York Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange
  • New York Cotton Exchange
  • New York Curb Exchange
  • New York Mercantile Exchange
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Nifty Fifty
  • no-load fund
  • noise
  • nonvoting stock
  • not rated
  • obligation
  • odd lot
  • off-board
  • offering
  • on margin
  • open outcry
  • opm
  • option
  • option, call
  • option, put
  • order ticket
  • otc
  • OTC
  • outstanding
  • over-the-counter
  • overbought
  • overpriced
  • oversold
  • overvalued
  • Pac Man strategy
  • paid-in-kind security
  • painting the tape
  • panic
  • par
  • par issue
  • par value
  • parking
  • penny stock
  • pennystock
  • period of digestion
  • phantom stock plan
  • PIK security
  • pit
  • plow back
  • point
  • poison pill
  • portfolio
  • portfolio manager
  • preferred stock
  • premium
  • premium bond
  • price-earnings ratio
  • price/earnings ratio
  • proceeds
  • profit taking
  • program trading
  • prospectus
  • public issue
  • publicly held
  • publicly traded
  • pure play
  • put
  • quotation
  • quotation board
  • radar alert
  • raider
  • rally
  • rating
  • registered competitive trader
  • resistance level
  • return
  • rigged market
  • risk arbitrage
  • rollover
  • round lot
  • round-tip trade
  • S&P
  • Sallie Mae
  • scalper
  • scorched earth
  • scripophily
  • seat
  • SEC
  • securities
  • securities and commodities exchanges
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • sell short
  • sell-off
  • selling short
  • Series E bond
  • Series H bond
  • shakeout
  • share
  • shareholder
  • shares
  • shark
  • shark repellent
  • shark watcher
  • sideways market
  • sleeper
  • sleeping beauty
  • SLMA
  • slump
  • soft currency
  • soft market
  • speculation
  • speculator
  • split
  • spot market
  • spots
  • spread
  • stag
  • Standard and Poor's Corp.
  • Standard and Poor's index
  • stock
  • stock bonus
  • stock certificate
  • stock exchange
  • stock market
  • stock option
  • stock parking
  • stock watcher
  • stockbroker
  • stockholder
  • stockjobbing
  • stocks and bonds
  • stop order
  • straddle
  • street name
  • Street, the
  • strip
  • subscription
  • surety company
  • sweetener
  • swooner
  • T-bill
  • tailgating
  • take a flyer
  • takeover
  • target company
  • tax-exempt bond
  • technical correction
  • tender offer
  • ticker
  • toehold purchase
  • tombstone
  • ton
  • trader
  • trading
  • trading pit
  • Treasury bill
  • Treasury bond
  • Treasury note
  • triple witching hour
  • turkey
  • twisting
  • underpriced
  • undervalued
  • underwrite
  • underwriter
  • undigested securities
  • unlisted security
  • utilities
  • volatile
  • volume
  • voting stock
  • Wall Street
  • war babies
  • war bond
  • war brides
  • warrant
  • wash sale
  • water
  • watered stock
  • whipsawed
  • white knight
  • white squire
  • widow and orphan stock
  • yield
  • zero-coupon bond

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