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1. Failure Of Issue

2. field

3. Foreign Border Workers

4. fee schedule

5. Fix Protocol

6. frost line

7. Financing Agreements

8. free to trade

9. fulcrum fee

10. Fry a bigger fish

11. free cash flow to sales

12. Fully indexed interest rate

13. fillet bead

14. flood insurance rate map (FIRM)

15. freehold

16. fascia

17. Fixed-income securities

18. Foreign Interest Payment Security (FIPS)

19. floating interest rate

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24. flip

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29. Foreigners Admitted For Humanitarian Reasons (other Than Asylum Proper Or Temporary Protection)

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31. five percent rule

32. furriers block policy

33. Fha (full Height Anamorphic)

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35. Federal

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47. filed forms

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73. flexible exchange option (FLEX)

74. FTSE Eurotop 300 Index

75. Family Limited Partnership

76. Farad

77. Follow-up

78. For/At

79. Foreign Key

80. falsework

81. Federal Agencies

82. financial institutions

83. forward commitment

84. fieldstone, drift

85. Farmowners-ranchowners Insurance

86. Federal National Mortgage Association

87. Fractional Ownership

88. foreign commerce

89. Federal Thrift Regulator

90. Fixed Weight Price Index

91. Forex

92. fraudulently

93. fourth quarter

94. Fallen Angel

95. Fed speak

96. Form Of Representation

97. free cash flow for the firm

98. Fixed-price tender offer

99. Functional Check

100. fat lime

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Sell Short

Categories: Strategies, Investing and Trading,

selling short is a trading strategy that's designed to take advantage of an anticipated drop in a stock's market price.To sell short, you borrow shares through your broker, sell them, and use the money you receive from the sale as collateral on the loan until the stock price drops. If it does, you then buy back the shares at a lower price using the collateral, and return the borrowed shares to your broker plus interest and commission. If you realize a profit, it's yours to keep. Suppose, for example, you sell short 100 shares of stock priced at $10 a share. When the price drops to $7.50, you buy 100 shares, return them back to your broker, and keep the $2.50-per-share profit minus commission. The risk is that if the share price rises instead of falls, you may have to buy back the shares at a higher price and suffer the loss.During the period of the short sale, the lender of the stock is no longer the registered owner because the stock was sold to the purchaser. If any dividends are paid during that period, or any other corporate actions occur, the short seller must make the lender whole by paying the amount that's due. However, that income is taxed at the lender's regular rate, not the lower rate that applies to qualifying dividend income.

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