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1. Extrinsic Value

2. Consolidated Tape System (CTS)

3. Municipal bond

4. Open order

5. National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI)

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9. Modern portfolio theory

10. Unified Managed Account (UMA)

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17. NASD Dispute Resolution, Inc.

18. plus tick rule

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20. Expiration date

21. tax-exempt special savings account

22. annuity table

23. sell signal

24. hedgelet

25. dark liquidity pools

26. perfect hedge

27. Underlying asset

28. hurricane bond

29. short-seller

30. indicative price

31. Time Limit Order

32. Handle

33. experimental finance

34. Approved Delivery Facility

35. fiduciary negligence

36. net sales transaction

37. ticker

38. profit-taking

39. CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE)

40. Indirectly Taking The Other Side

41. due bill

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48. trading platform

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54. Tokyo Commodity Exchange

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63. 90/10 strategy

64. investment mix

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66. synthetic call

67. Offshore fund

68. narrowing the spread

69. cockroach theory

70. Active fund management

71. low

72. Rio hedge

73. Bond rating

74. Nominal yield

75. choice market

76. Omnibus account

77. Offset

78. Ice Futures U.s.

79. foreign direct investment

80. Full Carrying Charge, Full Carry

81. Undersubscribed

82. short cover

83. additional voluntary contributions

84. exercise assignment

85. Ft

86. deferred interest bond

87. dividend payout

88. exempt transaction

89. long put

90. tax-loss selling

91. Pool Operator

92. Investment Advisors Act of 1940

93. Quick Order

94. Cross Margining

95. dual listed

96. cum rights

97. Sweetener

98. middle office

99. Same Day Funds Settlement

100. ADR

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Internalization

Categories: Brokerages,

Internalization occurs when a securities trade is executed within a brokerage firm rather than though an exchange. For example, if you give your broker an order to buy, the brokerage firm, acting as dealer, sells you shares it holds in its own account. Similarly, if you give an order to sell, the firm buys your shares. The transaction is reported to the exchange or market where the stock is listed but the trade is settled within the firm.Your broker might choose an internalized trade, sometimes called a principal transaction, because it results in the fastest trade at the best price. The firm keeps the spread, which is the difference between the price the buyer pays and the amount the seller receives. But if the spread is smaller than it would be with a different execution, you, as buyer or seller, benefit.Your broker may also execute your order by going directly to another firm. In that case, the transaction is reported to the appropriate market just as an internalized trade is, but the recordkeeping and financial arrangements are handled between the firms.

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