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Financial terms in "Investing and Trading"

1. Transparency

2. gross yield

3. speculation index

4. weekly chart

5. Commodities Exchange Inc. (COMEX)

6. broker's commission

7. paid-in capital

8. away from the market

9. DAX 100

10. depth of market

11. Book-entry security

12. margin level

13. Tracking stock

14. Delta

15. safe investment

16. Day order

17. Corporate Trade Exchange (CTX)

18. Norex

19. buy the dips

20. Accrual bond

21. Fb

22. American option

23. Bursa Malaysia

24. industrial revenue bond

25. Australian Stock Exchange

26. decimalization

27. Issued share capital

28. trend analysis

29. Current yield

30. real-time trade reporting

31. tip from a dip

32. buying outright

33. allotment

34. LEAPS

35. credit derivative

36. dark cloud cover

37. market if touched order

38. Nasdaq Intermarket

39. recommendation

40. delayed delivery

41. Capital surplus

42. Investment Advisors Act of 1940

43. Amsterdam Stock Exchange

44. marketable security

45. cash in

46. limited discretion

47. disparity index

48. Kerb Trading

49. Load fund

50. Malaysia Commodity Exchange (MCE)

51. share split

52. ISDA

53. Vancouver stock exchange (VAN)

54. project portfolio management (PPM)

55. short and distort

56. NASD Dispute Resolution, Inc.

57. ethical index

58. Gamma

59. Underwriting syndicate

60. liquid market

61. daily chart

62. Last trading day

63. warrant

64. interest-elastic investment

65. Philadelphia Board of Trade (PBOT)

66. NAIC

67. Deferred Delivery

68. Treasury real yield curve rates

69. Return

70. Handle

71. fifty percent principle

72. copula

73. Nyme Or Nymex

74. Laddering

75. differential

76. discount yield

77. Pacific Exchange (PX)

78. Face value

79. private placing

80. XR

81. Ex-all

82. Ranking

83. good through

84. National Stock Exchange (NSX)

85. Watered stock

86. option pricing model

87. Underlying asset

88. Sinker

89. catastrophe bond

90. Arizona Stock Exchange

91. loss psychology

92. contingent order

93. blind bid

94. Consolidated Quotation System

95. interest-on-interest component

96. cash dividend

97. soaring markets

98. Passive portfolio strategy

99. National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system

100. cost of delay

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NASD

Categories: Brokerages, Compliance and Governance,

NASD is the largest self-regulatory organization (SRO) in the United States. Formerly known as the national association of securities dealers, NASD regulates broker-dealer firms and licenses registered representatives - better known as stockbrokers - who make a business of trading securities. In addition, NASD regulates trading in stocks, mutual funds, variable annuities, corporate bonds, and futures and options contracts on securities, and acts as regulator for a number of securities exchanges, NASD also reviews materials that investment companies provide to their clients and prospective clients to ensure those materials comply with the relevant guidelines. Through its BrokerCheck database, NASD provides a resource for investors to check the credentials of people and firms with whom they're considering working. The NASD website also provides investor education and alerts on current issues of importance to investors. Finally, NASD also resolves disputes between broker-dealers and their clients, through either mediation or arbitration. NASD disciplines firms and individuals who violate the rules.

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