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Hard Dollars

Hard Dollars What is 'Hard Dollars' Cash fees or payments made by an investor or customer to a brokerage firm in return for their services. Hard dollars differ from soft dollar payments be

Hard Money

Hard Money What is 'Hard Money' Hard money consists of funding by a government or organization that is repetitive, rather than a one-time grant. Examples include ongoing government daycare

On Track

On Track What is 'On Track' 1. A type of commodities delivery for futures contracts that is deferred and priced according to the seller's location FOB. 2. A physical commodity that is

Mark to Market

DefinitionMark-to-market or fair value accounting refers to accounting for the "fair value" of an asset or liability based on the current market price, or for similar assets and liabilities,

Off Board

Off Board What is 'Off Board' A stock transaction that fits one of the following two criteria: 1. A stock trade involving a security that does not trade on a major exchange, i.e., an over

Make A Market

Make A Market What is 'Make A Market' An action whereby a dealer stands by ready, willing and able to buy or sell a particular security at the quoted bid and ask price. Explaining 'Make

Magnet Employer

Magnet Employer What is 'Magnet Employer' A popular business or businessperson to whom job candidates naturally gravitate. Magnet employers often have brand name recognition behind them, a

Above The Market

Above The Market What is 'Above The Market' An order to buy or sell at a price set higher than the current market price of the security. Examples of above the market orders include: a limi

Salary Freeze

Salary Freeze What is 'Salary Freeze' The action of a company suspending salary increases for a period of time. By freezing salary increases for a given period, management is hoping that t

Call Market

Call Market What is a 'Call Market' A call market is a type of market in which each transaction takes place at predetermined intervals and where all of the bid and ask orders are aggregate
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