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Stock Trading Terminology

Posted by on Apr 15, 2012 in Glossary | Comments Off

Understand stock trading terminology is the first step for beginners to learn stock trading. This article lists the most frequently seen and must know stock trading terminology for the beginners. Terminology for stock option will not be covered because we do not recommend option trading for beginners. ALL-OR-NONE ORDER (AON) An order must be filled as a whole when it is executed. For example, Partial fill of 90 shares is not allowed if the order is to buy 100 shares. ASK The price the seller offers to sell the stock. This is the price that the investor may buy the stock. BEAR MARKET Market when prices are trending down. BID The price the buyer is willing to purchase...

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