One who applies for the allotment of shares in new projects, with a view to sell immediately at a premium, and not to hold the stock.
Someone who buys a large volume of a new issue shares in the hope of the price rising, thus giving them the chance to sell quickly at a profit.
person who buys new share issues, hoping to resell them at a profit if the issue is oversubscribed.
(1) Another word for bonds (Fixed interest securities) (2) Used to mean the same as shares.
Someone who buys shares, usually through an IPO , with the intention of selling as soon as dealing starts.... more on: Stag
A stag is someone who buys newly issued shares with the aim of selling them immediately for a profit as soon dealing in the market begin.
Speculator who buys and sells stocks to hold for short intervals to make quick profits.
Someone who subscribes for a new issue in the hope of selling at a profit immediately dealing starts.
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One who applies for a securities in an initial public offering with the intention of selling them at the first available opportunity.
An investor who subscribes to a new issue of shares with the expectation of selling them as soon as trading opens in the belief that the shares will begin trading above issue price.
A person who applies for a new issue of securities with the intention of reselling immediately at a profit (as opposed to one who invests for long-term holding).
and investor who applies for a new issue in the expectation of realising a profit as soon as dealing in shares begins.
The buying of new securities at the time they are floated to sell immediately on issue.
One who applies for a new security with the intention of selling it at the first available opportunity.
an investor who buys and sells stocks rapidly, usually to make profits quickly.
Someone who, predicting a new issue of shares will increase in value, buys them up to sell them immediately as they go on the market.
An investor who buys shares in a new issue in the hope of making a fast profit when the stock begins trading.
A buyer of new share issues who sells on the first day of trading in attempt to make a quick profit.
Someone who applies for a new issue of shares intending selling them (at a profit) as soon as secondary market dealings start.
One who applies for a new issue in the hope of being able to sell the shares allotted to him/her at a profit as soon as dealing starts.
A sharemarket investor who concentrates on quick gains by subscribing to new share issues and then selling once they commence trading on the exchange.
A short-term trader who subscribes for new issues in the hope of selling them immediately they are listed for a quick profit. See Day Trader.
An investor in the share market who aims for quick gains by subscribing to new share issues and then selling once the shares commence trading on the exchange.
A person who rapidly buys and sells shares to make a profit.
A speculator who contributes to new issues and sells them off after he got allotment to make quick money.
an investor who looks for a quick profit by buying shares when theyâ€™re issued, then sells them as soon as theyâ€™re traded on the stock exchange