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1. venture capital firm

2. Value Investors

3. value in use

4. vertical exhaustion rule

5. Valid

6. Vertically Integrated Enterprise

7. Vocational

8. velometer

9. variable costing

10. Vasicek interest rate model

11. victorian style

12. Variable Costs

13. Visa Waiver Program

14. Voucher Check

15. Volatility (in Financial Markets)

16. Venturers

17. voidable

18. Vested Remainder

19. Voting trust certificate

20. visual mock-up

21. valance lighting

22. venue

23. Vertical Sector

24. vacation home

25. Void For Vagueness

26. venture capital limited partnership

27. valoren number

28. Variance-minimization approach to tracking

29. Vandalism And Malicious Mischief Insurance

30. Value fund

31. Vatican City Lira

32. Vested Benefit Obligation (VBO)

33. Vertical Supply Linkages

34. Vega Neutral

35. Vertical Common-size Analysis

36. Variable Rate Demand Bond

37. VAT

38. Volume

39. value after the taking

40. volatility swap

41. Value Added Tax (VAT), Invoiced

42. voluntary compensation endorsement

43. Value Weighted

44. Velocity Of Money

45. Vital Event Record

46. Values At Constant International Prices Of Period T0 (at PPPs Of Period T0)

47. vacate

48. Value Added Monthly Index - VAMI

49. Visual Effects Supervisor

50. Virtual Finance

51. violation

52. Value Maximization

53. Variable Interest Rate

54. Vertical Equity

55. Vehicular Manslaughter

56. valued coverage

57. Value stock fund

58. vinyl-clad window

59. vet

60. Variable Interest

61. variability

62. Voluntary Reserve

63. vulture funds

64. Vagrancy

65. Value Proposition

66. VAT inspection

67. Venture Capital

68. Velocity (of Money)

69. vacuum gauge

70. Value-Added Network - VAN

71. Village Of Euclid V. Amber Realty (1926)

72. volume price trend indicator (VPT)

73. Velocity

74. venture capital fund

75. Variable Sampling Fraction

76. Value Added (for Railway Enterprises)

77. variable universal life

78. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (vita)

79. Visitor Demand

80. variation margin

81. Voluntary Occupational Pension Plans

82. voltage

83. verify

84. Values At Current International Prices (at Current PPPs)

85. verification of employment

86. Variable Rate Demand Note - VRDN

87. Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE)

88. volatile thinner

89. Valuing Natural Resources

90. Valuation -

91. veneer

92. vendors single interest coverage

93. Vested Benefit Obligation

94. Vignette

95. Voluntary accumulation plan

96. Value Added Tax

97. Variance Analysis

98. vertical board siding

99. Voting Shares

100. Values At Current Exchange Rates (at Current USD)

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Fast Market

Categories: Stocks, Economics,

A fast market is one with heavy trading and rapidly changing prices in some but not necessarily all of the securities listed on an exchange or market.In this volatile environment, which might be triggered by events such as an initial public offering (IPO) that attracts an unusually high level of attention or an unexpectedly negative earnings report, the rush of business may substantially delay execution times. The probable result is that you end up paying much more or selling for much less than you anticipated if you gave a market or stop order.While choosing not to trade in a fast market is one way to reduce your risk, you might also protect yourself while seeking potential profit by giving your broker limit or stop-limit orders. That way, you have the possibility of buying or selling within a price range that's acceptable to you, but are less exposed to the frenzy of the marketplace.The term fast market is also used to describe a marketplace - typically an electronic one - where trades are executed rapidly.

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