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Investing Terms "D"

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Day Trading an investor who buys and sells securities on the basis of small short-term price movements.

Delisting - the removal of a listed security from an exchange.

Dip - drop in securities prices after a sustained uptrend.

Discount Broker - a stock broker who charges low commission fees.

Diversification investing in funds among a variety of securities to reduce investment risks.

Dividend - a payment to the stockholders of a corporation from the corporation's earnings.

Dollar Cost Averaging - a system of buying securities at regular intervals, using the same amount of cash for each purchase, over a considerable period of time regardless of the prevailing prices of the securities, resulting in having bought the total at an average cost.

Double Bottom - a drop in a stock's price to a low level, a recovery in price, and a second decline to the previous low price. If the stock price recovers a second time, the low price reached at the two bottoms becomes a level of support for the stock.

Dow Jones Industrial Average - an index of the relative price movement of the shares of thirty major industrial companies, most of which are traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

Downgrade - A negative change in ratings for a stock.




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