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DEFINITION of 'Pot'

The portion of a stock or bond issue that investment bankers return to the underwriter so the portion can be sold to institutional investors.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Pot'

Depending upon the issue and the size of the pot, it may be very lucrative for the underwriter to sell inventory to institutional investors.

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