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Another name for a mutual fund. An open-end fund is free to add new shares as demand increases and remove shares as demand decreases. The market value of an open-end fund is determined by dividing the total value of the fund by the number of shares ...

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A privately held corporation originally charted by Congress in 1933 to help ensure that banks have a continuous supply of money available for underwriting mortgage ...
A fee charged by some brokerage firms when a client sells Initial Public Offering (IPO) shares immediately after purchasing them. The penalty bid is the obligation ...
A the lower trend line on a head and both shoulders pattern. The neckline touches both shoulders and the bottoms of the lowest bars comprising the head formation. ...
Temporary trading restrictions imposed by an exchange to even out dramatic price swings of a volatile market. Curbs are typically triggered by a large drop in the ...
Executives from a company that is beginning the Initial Public Offering (IPO) process invite prospective underwriters from investment banks to tour the company. ...