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Hard-To-Borrow List

Hard-To-Borrow List What is a Hard-To-Borrow List A hard to borrow list is inventory utilized by brokerages to identify securities that are not available for borrowing for transactions tha

Oliver E. Williamson

DefinitionOliver Eaton Williamson is an American economist, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and recipient of the 2009 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, which

Macromarketing

DefinitionMacromarketing is an interdisciplinary field that studies marketing and how societies make business decisions. It focuses on overall consumer behavior, market regulation, and socia

Manual Trading

Manual Trading What is 'Manual Trading' A trading system that involves human decision-making for entering and exiting trades. This is in contrast to automatic trading, which employs progra

Abstract Of Title

DefinitionA property abstract is a collection of legal documents that chronicle transactions associated with a particular parcel of land. Generally included are references to deeds, mortgage

Academy of Accounting Historians

DefinitionThe Academy of Accounting Historians, established in 1973, is a non-profit organization of scholars of accounting history. Academy of Accounting Historians What is 'Academy of Acc

Salomon Brothers

DefinitionSalomon Brothers was an investment bank founded in 1910 by three Jewish-American brothers along with a clerk named Ben Levy, it remained a partnership until the early 1980s, when i

Crony Capitalism

DefinitionCrony capitalism is an economy in which businesses thrive not as a result of risks they take, but rather as a return on money amassed through a nexus between a business class and t

Parasitic Advertising

Parasitic Advertising What is 'Parasitic Advertising' A type of marketing that promotes one product at the cost of lost sales for another product. Parasitic advertising often occurs when t

Paper Millionaire

Paper Millionaire What is 'Paper Millionaire' An individual who has achieved a high net worth as a result of the large total market value of the assets he or she owns. This phenomenon usua
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