OTC margin stock
OTC margin stockShares traded over-the-counter that can be used as margin securities under Regulation T.
OTC margin stock
The difference between the cost price of a product and the selling price.In trading, the amount deposited with a broker in order to obtain credit for purchase of shares or futures. The margin is the price of a security less credit advanced by the broker.The difference between a market maker's buying and selling prices. Also known as spread.
Gross marginGross margin
The difference between the selling price of an item and the purchase or manufacturing cost, expressed as a percentage of the selling price.For example, if it costs a company £6 to manufacture an item and the selling price is £10, the gross margin is:(£10 - £6) / £10 x 100 = 40%When looking at a company's Report and Accounts, the gross margin of the business as a whole is its turnover less the cost of sales, divided by the turnover, multiplied by 100.For example: (£2,000,000 - £1,200,000) / £2,000,000 x 100 = 40%
Maintenance marginMaintenance margin
The dollar amount required to be kept at the OCC throughout the life of an option OCC; percentage of the dollar amount of OCC that must always be kept as OCC.
Effective margin (EM)Effective margin (EM)
Used with SAT performance measures, the amount equal to the net earned spread, or margin of income, on assets in excess of financing costs for a given interest rate and prepayment rate scenario.
Marginal costMarginal cost
The increase in cost that accompanies a unit increase in output; the partial derivative of the cost function with respect to output.
Further SuggestionsMarginal rate of substitution
Initial margin requirement
Marginal efficiency of capital
Value marginal product
Net profit margin
Marginal value product
Gross profit margin
Buy on margin
Margin account (stocks)
Marginal revenue product
Marginal propensity to import
marginal tax rate
Margin of safety