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Keynesian Economics

DefinitionKeynesian economics are the various macroeconomic theories about how in the short run – and especially during recessions – economic output is strongly influenced by aggregate d

Nasdaq Intermarket

Nasdaq Intermarket What is 'Nasdaq Intermarket' An electronic marketplace where National Association of Securities Dealer (NASD) members could execute trades, communicate, and receive quot

Odd Lotter

Odd Lotter What is 'Odd Lotter' An individual investor who buys securities, usually stocks, in odd lots. This is the opposite of someone who buys securities in round lots. Explaining 'Od

Sanford J. Grossman

DefinitionSanford "Sandy" Jay Grossman is an American economist and hedge fund manager specializing in quantitative finance. Grossman's research has spanned the analysis of information in se

Bollinger bands

Bollinger bands Bollinger bands saw its inception back in the late 20th century when John Bollinger – the creator of Bollinger bands – found a way to predict the changes in the short-ter

Bag Man

Bag Man What is 'Bag Man' Any person in charge of organizing, collecting and transporting money, generally in connection with illegal or illicit activities. A bag man is someone who collec

Paradox Of Thrift

DefinitionThe paradox of thrift is a paradox of economics. The paradox states that an increase in autonomous saving leads to a decrease in aggregate demand and thus a decrease in gross outpu

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

Venn Diagram

DefinitionA Venn diagram is a diagram that shows all possible logical relations between a finite collection of different sets. These diagrams depict elements as points in the plane, and sets

Vault Receipt

Vault Receipt What is 'Vault Receipt' A document frequently used as a delivery instrument to indicate ownership of precious metals stored in a bank, warehouse, or depository. Also known as
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