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Not mandatory; up to the individual. The Term usually refers to a discretionary Account which is a brokerage Account in which the Client has given the Broker the authority to carry out transactions without checking with the Client first.

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10-K, Account, Account statement, Account aggregation, Account balance, Active account, Alternate account, Asset management account, At par, Authority bond, Account executive, All or any part, At best, At call, All-risks coverage, At risk, Add-on service, Action to quiet title, As is, Assignment to creditors, Attorney in fact, Amortization term, A shares, At the money, Age-weighted plan, Across the board, Action, Additional paid-in capital, Average up, Against the box, At the bell, At the close, At the figure, At the full, At the market, At the opening order, Automated Pricing and Reporting System, Away from the market, Below the line, Banking Act of 1933, Blank check, Bounced check, Bid-to-cover ratio, Broker, Brokerage, Brokerage firm, Brokerage house, Broker loan, Brought over the wall, Buying on margin, Buy on close, Buy on opening, Buy the book, Breaking the syndicate, By the book, Bailing out, Bank term loan, Blanket lien, Broker loan rate, Bust-up takeover, B shares, Buy and write, Beat the gun, Cancelled check, Contra account, Central assets account, Certified check, Check, Checking account, Custodial account, Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures, Cash account, Client, Closed out, Contra broker, Contract broker, Capital account, Current account, Car, Cash and carry trade, Chasing the market, Cheapest to deliver, Commodities Exchange Act, Convertible term insurance, Corporate action, Cost of carry, Class action suit, Cash-out refinancing, Crowding out, C shares, Close to the money, Closing transaction, Cloud on title, Cash or Deferred Arrangement, Class A Shares, Class B Shares, Child and dependent care credit, Cup and handle, Close a position, Close out, Cornering the market, Curbs in, Curbs out, Discretionary expense, Deposit in transit, Drawing account, Dual currency bond, Dual listing, Deep discount broker, Discount broker, Discretionary account, Discretionary order, Do Not Reduce, Dividend in arrears, Desk (the), Decreasing term life, Dual life insurance, Discretion, Discretionary, Discretionary trust, Doing business as, Debtor in possession, Debtor-in-possession financing, Discharge of lien, Due-on-sale clause, Dual-purpose fund, Deep in the money, Deep out of the money, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Deferred account, Dogs of the Dow, Double up, Escrowed to maturity, Either-or order, Edge Act, E-mini, Ex-pit transaction, Ex-all, Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, Even up, First In First Out, Federal Savings and Loan Association, Frozen account, First call date, Flight to quality, Fill or kill, Floor broker, Front-ending an order, Full-service brokerage, Forward P/E, First board, First notice day, First preferred stock, Form 8-K, Form S-1, Friends and family offering, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, First mortgage, Full faith and credit, Free and clear, Federal Insurance Contributions Act, Flexible spending account, Federal ID Number, Federal tax lien, First-round financing, General account, Glass-Steagall Act, G-7, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, G-8, General lien, Growth and income fund, Gather in the stops, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of 1976, Hit the bid, House account, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Holder in due course, Hang out loan, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, Head and shoulders, Hammering the market, Held at the opening, Holding the market, Inactive account, Insured account, In escrow, Intermediate-term, Independent broker, In-house, Institutional brokerage, Introducing broker, Investment Advisor Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940, In line, Individual policy pension trust, Insurance broker, Insider Trading sanctions Act of 1984, In intestacy, In play, In-process research and development, I/O strip, In-service withdrawal, Individual tax return, In and out, Individual investor, In sympathy, In the tank, Joint account, Jointly and severally, Jumping the gun, Joint and several liability, Joint and survivor annuity, Knock-out option, Last In First Out, Long-term, Lending at a rate, Limit-on-close order, Limit up, London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, Level term insurance, Long-term care insurance, Long-term debt, Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities, Legal age, Lien, Lien affidavit, Loan-to-cost, Loan-to-value, Lock-in, Long-term mortgage, Long-term lease, Leading the market, Locked in, Long-term gain or loss, Level I quotes, Medium-term, Medium-term bond, Make a market, Managed account, Margin account, Market on close order, Mark-to-market, Marginal propensity to consume, Mortgage lien, Money at call, Mortgage broker, Mixed account, Nostro account, No limit order, No quote, No-Fault, No-Action Letter, Null and void, Negative carry, No-lien affidavit, No-load, Normal retirement age, No-load stock, Net transaction, No book, Off the books, Other long term liabilities, Out-of-favor, Over-the-Counter, On-floor order, Online broker, On margin, Option account, Or better, Outside broker, Omnibus account, On account, On-the-spot loan, Opening transaction, Options Prices Reporting Authority, Out of the money, Old age, survivors, and disability insurance, On-balance volume, On close, One man picture, On open, On the opening, Profit and loss statement, Payment-in-kind security, Price Value of a Basis Point, Prior lien bond, Prime broker, Prime brokerage, P&L, Paid up, Positive carry, Prudent Expert Act, Paid-in capital, Paid-in surplus, Private Investment in Public Equity, Point-and-figure chart, Painting the tape, Priced out, Reports and Records, Return on Capital, Return on Invested Capital, Return on Total Assets, Rubber check, Reading the tape, Regulation D, Regulation G, Regulation T, Regulation U, Restricted account, Retail brokerage, Reduced paid-up insurance, Regulation A, Right of first refusal, Right to Know, Roll up, Real estate broker, Retirement Equity Act of 1984, Return on Capital Employed, Selling, General and Administrative Expenses, SG&A, Savings account, Savings and Loan, Short-term reserves, S&L, Securities and Exchange Commission, Short-term, Step-up bond, Sell the book, Street broker, Sweep account, Second-to-die insurance, Separate account, Severally but not jointly, Sale and leaseback, Selling the spread, Step-up warrant, Step-up lease, Self-directed retirement account, Selling short against the box, Shorting against the box, S Corporation, Short-term gain or loss, Subchapter M, Subchapter S Corporation, Schedule C, Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Seek a market, S&P phenomenon, Stop and reverse, Stopped out, Transaction, Term CD, T-Bill, Term, Term bond, Term to maturity, Take a position, Trailing P/E, Term insurance, Tenancy by the entirety, Term deposit, Term loan, Truth in Lending, Term trust, Tax lien, Tenancy at will, The Street, Timing the market, Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, Tax Reform Act of 1986, Tax Reform Act of 1993, Top out, Take a bath, Term repo, Term sheet, U.S. Government Agency Security, U.S. Savings Bond, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Treasury Bill, U.S. Treasury Bond, U.S. Treasury Note, U.S. Treasury Securities, Undermargined account, Uniform Securities Act, Up volume, With interest, Williams Act, Wrap account, Widow-and-orphan stock, W-2 Form, W formation, When, as, and if issued, X or XD, Year-To-Date, Yield to call, Yield to maturity, Yield to worst, Y shares