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Hedge: An investment tactic in which securities are purchased on both sides of a risk, so that any loss in one security is countered by gains in the other securities.
Hedging: Buying options as a means of protecting an investment from an unwanted rise or fall in a securityís price
Holder in Due Course: An individual or business that accepts a check or form of payment in exchange for merchandise or property without noticing that the check is invalid. The individual accepting the check is the holder in due course and has the right to pursue full payment from the person who wrote1he check.
Holding Company: A company whose sole purpose is to hold stock in other companies, rather than creating a product or service itself.
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