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Kickback

Kickback What is a 'Kickback' A kickback is the payment of something of value to a recipient as compensation or reward for providing favorable treatment to another party. Explaining 'Kick

Harvard MBA Indicator

Harvard MBA Indicator What is 'Harvard MBA Indicator' A long-term stock market indicator that evaluates the percentage of Harvard Business School graduates that accept "market sensitive" j

Harry Potter Stock Index

Harry Potter Stock Index What is 'Harry Potter Stock Index' A collection of stocks from companies related to the "Harry Potter" series franchise. Created by StockPickr, this index seeks to

Yellow Knight

Yellow Knight What is 'Yellow Knight' A company that was once making a takeover attempt but ends up discussing a merger with the target company. Yellow knights have various reasons for bac

In-House

In-House What is 'In-House' In-house refers to conducting an activity or operation within a company, instead of relying on outsourcing. A firm uses its own employees and time to keep a div

National Stock Exchange

National Stock Exchange What is 'National Stock Exchange' The first stock exchange in America that was completely electronically automated. All members of the exchange are registered broke

One To Many

One To Many What is 'One To Many' A trading platform where all buyers and sellers transact with a sole market operator. Whereas a normal exchange involves the operator matching buyers with

Madrid SE CATS (MSE) .MC

Madrid SE CATS (MSE) .MC What is 'Madrid SE CATS (MSE) .MC ' The Computer Assisted Trading System (CATS) was developed by the Toronto Stock Exchange in 1977 and implemented in the Madrid

Management Fee

DefinitionIn the investment advisory industry, a management fee is a periodic payment that is paid by an investment fund to the fund's investment adviser for investment and portfolio managem

Absolute Rate

Absolute Rate What is 'Absolute Rate' The fixed portion of an interest-rate swap, expressed as a percentage rather than as a premium or a discount to a reference rate. Explaining 'Absolu
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