A patent attorney is a lawyer with expertise in intellectual property law pertaining to securing and protecting an inventor’s property rights.
Upside gap two crows is a bearish market reversal signal in technical analysis.
Short the basis is a futures strategy in which a futures position is purchased to hedge against a future commitment to deliver the underlying commodity.
A SuperMontage is a fully integrated order display and execution system for the trading of Nasdaq-listed securities.
The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) is U.S. agency that provides a variety of labor-related services, such as training and layoff assistance.
SEC Form 424B1 is the prospectus form that a company must file to provide additional information that was not included in its initial prospectus filing upon registration.
An Adjustment Bureau is an organization that focuses on helping businesses collect outstanding debts from delinquent debtors.
Affirmative obligation is an obligation of NYSE specialists to enter the market on a particular security (either by posting or bidding and ask) when there is not sufficient market demand and supply to efficiently match orders.
Federal Reserve Regulations are rules put in place by the Federal Reserve Board to regulate the practices of banking and lending institutions, usually in response to laws enacted by the legislature.
An SEC RW filing is made by companies requesting to formally withdraw the pending securities registration.