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Event-driven investing

Event-driven investing or Event-driven trading is a hedge fund investment strategy that seeks to exploit pricing inefficiencies that may occur before or after a corporate event, such as an earnings call, bankruptcy, merger, acquisition, or spinoff. In more recent times market practitioners have expanded this definition to include additional events such as natural disasters and actions

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Electronic trading platform

(6 days ago) In finance, an electronic trading platform also known as an online trading platform, is a computer software program that can be used to place orders for financial products over a network with a financial intermediary.Various financial products can be traded by the trading platform, over a communication network with a financial intermediary or directly between the participants or members of the

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Brownian model of financial markets

(5 days ago) The Brownian motion models for financial markets are based on the work of Robert C. Merton and Paul A. Samuelson, as extensions to the one-period market models of Harold Markowitz and William F. Sharpe, and are concerned with defining the concepts of financial assets and markets, portfolios, gains and wealth in terms of continuous-time stochastic processes.

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Dollar cost averaging

(1 days ago) It was defined as "investing a set dollar amount in the same investment at fixed intervals over time." In recent years, however, a second definition for dollar cost averaging has arisen. Namely, that dollar cost averaging is a contrasting investment strategy to lump sum investing.

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Glossary of stock market terms

(Just Now) Following is a glossary of stock market terms.. All or none or AON: in investment banking or securities transactions, "an order to buy or sell a stock that must be executed in its entirety, or not executed at all".; Ask price or Ask: the lowest price a seller of a stock is willing to accept for a share of that given stock.; Bear market: a general decline in the stock market over a period of time.

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