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Financial terms in "Brokerages"

1. Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC)

2. associate member

3. New York Stock Exchange

4. custodial fee

5. receive against payment

6. dual trading

7. broker/dealer

8. financial analyst

9. central limit order book

10. selective disclosure

11. limited discretion

12. Glass-Steagall Act

13. conversion cost

14. buy limit order

15. closed out

16. scienter

17. central assets account

18. going away

19. killer bee

20. margin buying

21. Margin Account

22. underwriting group

23. inactive account

24. Fill or kill

25. agency

26. going ahead

27. facilitation

28. wrap fee

29. coverage initiated

30. associate broker

31. niche player

32. fill

33. participate but do not initiate

34. good-this-week order (GTW)

35. house account

36. Division of Enforcement

37. electronic blue sheet

38. secondary distribution

39. government broker

40. best efforts offering

41. covered write

42. Securities Enforcement Remedies and Penny Stock Reform Act of 1990

43. broker-reseller

44. cash-secured put

45. Division of Investment Management

46. nonmember firm

47. all or any part

48. fictitious credit

49. fail position

50. direct market access

51. Underwriter

52. net capital requirement

53. five hundred dollar rule

54. daisy chaining

55. National Introducing Brokers Association (NIBA)

56. contract broker

57. best-execution requirement

58. nominal quotation

59. Securities Investor Protection Corporation

60. commission broker

61. variation margin

62. General Mortgage Associate

63. distribution capability

64. Do Not Reduce

65. tombstone

66. real-time gross settlement system

67. liquidation

68. same-day substitution

69. National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system

70. Day order

71. disclosure requirements

72. limit order book

73. NASD Regulation

74. Liquidate

75. General Account

76. loan consent agreement

77. Contingency order

78. Long Market Value

79. Corporate Securities Limited Representative

80. participatory note

81. street broker

82. NSCC

83. net capital ratio

84. dark liquidity pools

85. receive versus payment

86. Clearinghouse

87. initiate coverage

88. Securities Industry Association

89. Good Til Canceled

90. due diligence meeting

91. pc

92. carrying broker

93. investment banking

94. Pink Sheets

95. call money market

96. forward premium (or discount)

97. listing broker

98. fractional discretion order

99. capital requirement

100. brokerage

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Definition / Meaning of

Structured Product

Categories: Stocks, Investing and Trading,

financial institutions create investment products, known generically as structured products, that trade on a stock exchange and link the return on an investor's principal to the performance of an underlying security, such as a stock or basket of stocks or to a derivative, such as a stock index.For example, the return on debt securities known as structured notes is determined by the performance of a stock index such as the Standard & Poor's 500 (s&p 500) rather than the market interest rate. The objective is to provide the potential for higher returns than are available through a conventional investment.Each product has a distinctive name, often expressed as an acronym, and its terms and conditions vary somewhat from those offered by its competitors. For example, in some cases the principal is protected and in others it isn't. But some features are characteristic of these complex investments - their value always involves an underlying financial instrument and they require investors to commit a minimum investment amount for a specific term, such as three years.

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