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  1. SEC Form U-3A-2

    SEC Form U-3A-2 was a form required to be filed with the SEC for exemption from the Public Utilities Company Holding Act ...
  2. Absolute Physical Life

    Absolute physical life is the lifespan of a physical asset, which may differ from its useful life.
  3. Opt-Out Vote

    An opt-out vote is a shareholder vote undertaken to determine if certain laws and regulations regarding corporate takeovers ...
  4. Micro Accounting

    Micro accounting is accounting at a personal, corporate or government level, and is the opposite of macro accounting.
  5. Accounting Changes And Error Correction

    Accounting Changes and Error Correction refers to guidance on reflecting accounting changes and errors in financial statements.
  6. Downside

    Downside is the negative movement in the price of a security, sector or market.
  7. Dead Coin

    Dead coins refer to cryptocurrency tokens whose value has tumbled below a single cent.
  8. Entropy

    Entropy is a measure of randomness.
  9. Extended Trading

    Extended trading is trading conducted by electronic exchanges either before or after regular trading hours.
  10. Climax

    A climax is a market condition that is characterized by escalated trading volume and sharp price movements at the end of ...
  11. Daily Chart

    A daily chart is a graph that displays the movements of a given security through candlestick formations.
  12. Bottom

    A bottom is the lowest price reached by a financial security, commodity, index or economic cycle.

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