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Chasing the market, Cheapest to deliver, Commodity Trading Advisor, Contract market, Closed-end credit, Commitment letter, Closed-end fund, Closed-end investment company, C shares, Close to the money, Cloud on title, Cash or Deferred Arrangement, Choice market, Class A Shares, Class B Shares, Consensus recommendation, Child and dependent care credit, Cup and handle, Close a position, Close market, Continuous market, Cornering the market, Curbs in, Deposit in transit, Dealer market, Debt market, Deep discount broker, Discount broker, Division of Investment Management, Division of Market Regulation, Dividend in arrears, Deficiency letter, Debtor in possession, Debtor-in-possession financing, Discharge of lien, Due-on-sale clause, Deep in the money, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Determination Letter, Defensive investment strategy, Deep market, Depth of market, Double auction market, Escrowed to maturity, External market, Either-or order, E-mini, Emerging market, First In First Out, Federal Savings and Loan Association, Flight to quality, Fill or kill, Floor broker, Front-ending an order, Full-service brokerage, Forward P/E, Free market, Free market price, Foreign direct investment, Front-end load, Fair market value, Form 8-K, Form S-1, Friends and family offering, Full faith and credit, Financial advisor, Free and clear, Fixed investment trust, Federal ID Number, Federal tax lien, Fourth market, Guaranteed Investment Contract, G-7, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, G-8, General lien, Growth and income fund, Gather in the stops, Graveyard market, Highly confident letter, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Holder in due course, Housing Market Index, Head and shoulders, Hammering the market, Held at the opening, Holding the market, Investment flows, In escrow, Investment bill, Investment-grade bond, Investment letter, Investment security, Investment value, Independent broker, In-house, Institutional brokerage, Introducing broker, Investment Advisor Act of 1940, Investment bank, Investment banker, Investment Bankers Association, Investment banking, Investment banking group, Investment Company Act of 1940, In line, Inefficient market, Investment multiplier, Inverted market, Internal market, Insurance broker, Inside market, In intestacy, In play, In-process research and development, Investment company, Investment fund, Investment objective, Investment policy, Investment trust, I/O strip, Investment property, In-service withdrawal, Investment philosophy, Imperfect market, In and out, In sympathy, In the tank, ITS, Jointly and severally, Joint and several liability, Joint and survivor annuity, Last In First Out, Letter security, Lending at a rate, Limit-on-close order, Long Market Value, London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, Letter of comment, Legal age, Lien, Lien affidavit, Loan-to-cost, Loan-to-value, Lock-in, Leading the market, Locked in, Long-term gain or loss, Level I quotes, Liquid market, Locked market, Market basket, Market capitalization, Market conversion price, Municipal investment trust, Make a market, Market if touched order, Market letter, Market maker, Market maker spread, Market on close order, Market order, Mark-to-market, Marginal propensity to consume, Market economy, Mortgage lien, Market rate, Money at call, Mortgage broker, Market cap, Market neutral, Market portfolio, Market timer, Market timing, Market analysis, Market, Market inefficiency, Market opening, Market return, Market-share weighted index, Market surveillance, Market-value weighted index, Market Volatility Index, Mixed market, Net investment, National Market System, New York Stock Exchange, New York Futures Exchange, Normal market, New issue, No-Action Letter, Null and void, No-lien affidavit, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Non-investment property, Normal retirement age, Nasdaq Small Cap Market, Narrow market, National Market Advisory Board, Negotiated market, New high, On-floor order, Online broker, On margin, Or better, Outside broker, Open market operation, On account, On-the-spot loan, Open-end credit, Open-end mortgage, Open-end fund, Open-end management company, Open-end lease, Old age, survivors, and disability insurance, On-balance volume, On close, On open, On the opening, Open market, Operationally efficient market, Outside market, Profit and loss statement, Pro forma, Payment-in-kind security, Price Value of a Basis Point, Prior lien bond, Prime broker, Prime brokerage, P&L, Physical market, Primary market, Private Market Value, Paid-in capital, Paid-in surplus, Percent held by institutions, Private Investment in Public Equity, Perfect capital market, Private letter ruling, Point-and-figure chart, Reports and Records, Return on Capital, Return on Invested Capital, Return on Total Assets, Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduit, Regulation D, Regulation G, Regulation T, Retail brokerage, Regulated investment company, Regulation A, Release letter, Right to Know, Real estate broker, Return on Capital Employed, Selling, General and Administrative Expenses, SG&A, Savings and Loan, Sight letter of credit, S&L, Secondary market, Securities and Exchange Commission, Street broker, Spot market, Second-to-die insurance, Stock market, Statutory investment, Sale and leaseback, Secondary mortgage market, Systematic investment plan, Short market value, S Corporation, Short-term gain or loss, Subchapter M, Subchapter S Corporation, Schedule C, Seek a market, Specialist market, S&P phenomenon, Stop and reverse, T-Bill, Term to maturity, Take a position, Transmittal letter, Two-sided market, Two-way market, Trailing P/E, Tenancy by the entirety, Truth in Lending, Tax lien, Tenancy at will, Timing the market, Take a bath, Thin market, Third market, Tight market, Transparent market, 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, Unit Investment Trust, Widow-and-orphan stock, W-2 Form, W formation, Weak market, When, as, and if issued, Wide market, X or XD, Year-To-Date, Yankee bond market, Yield to call, Yield to maturity, Yield to worst, Y shares, Zero-investment portfolio