Buy on margin

• A transaction in which an investor borrows to buy additional shares, using the shares themselves as collateral.


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Add on rate
After tax profit margin
Average pre tax profit margin
Average profit margin
Before tax profit margin
Builder buy down loan
Buy a spread
Buy and hold
Buy back
Buy downs
Buy in
Buy limit order
Buy on close
Buy on opening
Buy side analyst
Buy side or buyside
Buy stop order
Cash on delivery or c.o.d. cod transaction
Contribution margin
Dollar safety margin
Due on sale
Earned on equity
Effective margin
Equitize a margin call
Excess return on the market portfolio
Expected return on investment
Free on board
General agreement on tariffs and trade gatt
Gross margin
Gross profit margin
Initial margin
Initial margin requirement
Interest impact on accumulation of 1 per period
Interest impact on instalment to amortize or amortization
Interest impact on present value of ordinary annuity of 1 per period
Interest impact on sinking fund factor
Interest on interest
Interest rate on debt
Lease versus purchase or lease versus buy decision
Limitation on asset dispositions
Limitation on liens
Limitation on merger, consolidation, or sale
Limitation on sale and leaseback
Limitation on subsidiary borrowing
Maintenance margin requirement
Margin account
Margin account stocks
Margin call
Margin of profit ratio
Margin of safety
Margin requirement
Margin requirement options
Market on close
Market on opening
Membership or a seat on the exchange
Net interest margin
Net operating margin
Net profit margin
On balance volume
On line trading
On the run
On the runs
Operating margin
Operating profit margin
Options on physicals
Original margin
Pre tax profit on sales
Price buy zone ratio
Profit margin
Return on assets
Return on equity
Return on investment
Return on total assets
Rights on
Sell on close
Sell on opening
Signaling view on dividend policy
Swap buy back
Trade on top of
Variation margin

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