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The process of giving stocks, bonds, or any other assets to the beneficiary of a will.
The lowest quoted offer for a particular stock among all competing market makers.
The highest quoted bid for a particular stock among all competing market makers.
An underwriter’s agreement to act as an agent between an issuing company and investors.
The responsibility of brokers to provide the most advantageous execution of an order.
Best Price Rule
An SEC regulation that requires shares tendered for an offer to be paid equally and maintain the same consideration.
The measure of systematic risk of a security. Beta (or beta coefficient) is a means of measuring the volatility of a security or portfolio of securities in comparison with the market as a whole.Beta is calculated using regression analysis. A beta of 1 indicates that the security’s price will move with the market. A beta greater than 1 indicates that the security’s price will be more volatile than the market. A beta less than 1 means that it will be less volatile than the market.
1. An offer by an investor, trader, or dealer to buy a security. 2. The price at which a market maker is willing to buy a security.
1. 投资者、交易商、经纪商出价购买一种证券2. 作市商愿意买入一种证券的价格
The price a buyer is willing to pay for a security.
The amount that the ask price exceeds the bid.
A company that makes a hostile takeover offer on a target company.
The most notorious day in financial history (October 19, 1987). The DJIA fell 508 points, almost 22%. This stands as the largest one-day drop in NYSE history.
The colloquial name given to Thursday, October 24th, 1929 when the New York Stock Exchange plummeted leading to the great depression of the 1930’s.
The sale or purchase of a large quantity of securities.
A security from a well-established, financially-sound, and stable company that has demonstrated its ability to pay dividends in both good and bad times.
A term used when describing a standard number of shares in trading stocks, usually 100.
Board Of Directors
Individuals elected by stockholders to establish corporate management policies. A board of directors makes decisions on major company issues and controls when dividends will be paid to stockholders.