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1. Delayed (late Registration)

2. Determinism

3. desiccant

4. Dividend Reinvestment Plan

5. Death Penalty

6. distribution slip

7. Dividend rate

8. delivery vs. payment

9. dwelling unit

10. direction of least resistance

11. Driving While Intoxicated (Dwi)

12. dilutive acquisition

13. Dividend yield (Funds)

14. dividend clawback

15. double-dip lease

16. Delivery Risk

17. Duoquinquagintillion

18. Deduction

19. deferred interest bond

20. documents against payment (D/P)

21. depressed market

22. double exempt

23. debt counselling

24. decimal feet

25. duty to defend

26. drafting

27. Date of record

28. Disclosure Scenarios

29. Double-zero Agreement

30. direct purchase

31. Distribution And Use Of Income Accounts SNA

32. Deferred annuity

33. Dividend income

34. Dividend Discount Model Based Approach

35. drafty

36. drywall saw

37. durability

38. DSO

39. deformed bar

40. DARTs

41. discontinued

42. DZ

43. depository trust company tracking (DTCT)

44. Direct search market

45. Delayed settlement/delivery

46. doctor

47. doornail

48. Damage Adjustments To Assets Valuation

49. de minimis tax rule

50. documents

51. Discount Brokerage

52. Documentary Stamp

53. Date Of Birth

54. Decliner

55. Debtee

56. Double Witching

57. Document

58. Days Sales Outstanding

59. Deputy Chairman

60. drum sander

61. Diffuse Emission

62. Dynamic Momentum Index (DMI)

63. Differential Expectations

64. danish oil

65. derivative contract

66. disclaimer trust

67. Distribution

68. date of payment

69. Decartelization

70. Daily Money Manager - DMM

71. deferred coupon note

72. docket control system

73. dilute

74. double-alternate saw tooth set

75. duplicating paper

76. dividends

77. Discharge (Of Debts)

78. Data Steward

79. delinquent mortgage

80. diverter

81. Data Sharing Exchange

82. Drinking Water Standards

83. dual-class ownership

84. dirham

85. Demand Account

86. drain valve

87. duel exchange rate

88. Deep in/out of the money

89. Dear Money

90. derivatives time bomb

91. Deregulate

92. double-pole reversing switch

93. duckbill pliers

94. deposits paid

95. dry-press brick

96. decreasing term life

97. Direct Payments

98. disclosure statement

99. Double-Entry Accounting

100. D-MARK

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Specialist

Categories: Brokerages, Business and Management,

A specialist or specialist unit is a member of a securities exchange responsible for maintaining a fair and orderly market in a specific security or securities on the exchange floor. Specialists execute market orders given to them by other members of the exchange known as floor brokers or sent to their post through an electronic routing system.Typically, a specialist acts both as agent and principal. As agent, the specialist handles limit orders for floor brokers in exchange for a portion of their commission. Those orders are maintained in an electronic record known as the limit order book, or specialist's book, until the stock is trading at the acceptable price. As principal, the specialist buys for his or her own account to help maintain a stable market in a security.For example, if the spread, or difference, between the bid and ask, or the highest price offered by a buyer and the lowest price asked by a seller, gets too wide, and trading in the security hits a lull, the specialist might buy, sell, or sell short shares to narrow the spread and stimulate trading.But because of restrictions the exchange puts on trading, a specialist is not permitted to buy a security when there is an unexecuted order for the same security at the same price in the limit order book.

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