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Trading profit

The profit earned on short-term trades of securities held for less than one year, subject to tax at normal income tax rates.



Trading profit

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Subject to a print or execution or trading

Subject to a print or execution or trading

Contingent on execution of a trade because the picture in the stock has not been materially altered.


Decimal trading

Decimal trading

The quotation and trading of stock or bond prices in decimals, as opposed to the quotation of in fractions.


Normal trading unit

Normal trading unit

See: Round lot.


Programme trading

Programme trading

A generic term for a variety of stock market strategies whose aim is to automatically rebalance the weightings of assets in a portfolio by shifting the holding of shares, options, and futures.Programme trades are so called because they are triggered and implemented automatically, once the parameters have been set. The method is controversial because some people believe that it injects instability into the financial markets, being liable to create sudden and steep share price movements.


Unit of trading

Unit of trading

The minimum number of shares, bonds or commodities which are traded in a transaction on an exchange. This number is usually 100 for shares.


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