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Short for "basket of un-hedged gold stocks," the BUGS index is the AMEX’s index measuring gold companies that do not hedge their gold production beyond a year and a half.
The group of firms in an underwriting syndicate who sold the largest amount of the issue.
An investor who thinks the market, a specific security, or an industry will rise.
A market in which prices of a certain group of securities are rising or are expected to rise.
An option strategy in which maximum profit is attained if the underlying security rises in price. Either calls or puts can be used. The lower strike price is purchased and the higher strike price is sold. The options have the same expiration date.
Bull Vertical Spread
An optimistic strategy used by investors who feel that the market price of a commodity will appreciate, but wish to limit the downside potential associated with an incorrect prediction.
A sterling denominated bond that is issued in London by a company that is not British.
A regular coupon paying debt instrument with a single repayment of principal on the maturity date.
Any loan that requires a balloon payment at the end of the term and anticipates that the loan will be refinanced in order to meet the balloon payment obligation.
A single payment for an entire loan amount that is paid at maturity.
The act of purchasing an "in the money" put option so that the buyer can capitalize on a bear market by effectively shorting a stock without waiting for an uptick.
The rate at which a new company uses up its venture capital to finance overhead before generating positive cash flow from operations. In other words, it’s a measure of negative cash flow.
Business to Business (B2B)
Business conducted between companies, rather than between a company and individual consumers.
A recommendation to purchase a specific security.
Buy And Hold
An investing strategy where stocks are bought and held for a long period regardless of fluctuations in the market.
1. The buying back of shares by a corporation in order to reduce the number of shares on the market. 2. The purchasing of shares previously sold short so the open position is closed.
1. 企业买回自身的股票以减少市场上股票的数量2. 买入之前卖空的股票以平仓
A market condition characterized by an abundance of goods available for sale.
When an investor is forced to repurchase shares because the seller did not deliver the securities in a timely fashion, or did not deliver them at all.
A transaction that commodities investors undertake to hedge against possible increases in the prices of the actuals underlying the futures contracts.
The money an investor has available to buy securities. In a margin account, the buying power is the total cash held in the brokerage account plus maximum margin available.
The purchase of a company or a controlling interest of a corporation’s shares. A leveraged buyout is accomplished with borrowed money or by issuing more stock.
The investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, and insurance firms that tend to buy large portions of securities.