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Crypto-Currency

Do you want to know the ends and outs of crypto investments? Where crypto currency originated? How it’s mined? A cryptocurrency is a digital or

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F.A.Q.

ape’s frequently asked questions.

A stock  or equity, is a security that represents the ownership of a fraction of a corporation. This entitles the owner of the stock to a proportion of the corporation’s assets and profits equal to how much stock they own.  

A broker is an individual or firm that acts as an intermediary between an investor and a securities exchange. Because securities exchanges only accept orders from individuals or firms who are members of that exchange, individual traders and investors need the services of exchange members. Brokers provide that service and are compensated in various ways, either through commissions, fees or through being paid by the exchange itself.

A market maker (MM) is a firm or individual who actively quotes two-sided markets in a security, providing bids and offers (known as asks) along with the market size of each.

A clearinghouse is a designated intermediary between a buyer and seller in a financial market. The clearinghouse validates and finalizes the transaction, ensuring that both the buyer and the seller honor their contractual obligations. Every financial market has a designated clearinghouse or an internal clearing division to handle this function.

margin account is an account offered by brokerage firms that allows investors to borrow money to buy securities.

Gorillas are ground-dwelling, predominantly herbivorous great apes that inhabit certain tropical forests.

TENDIES means “Financial gain on the stock market”. Tendies is a term the traders Reddit’s Wall Street Bets use to describe money or financial gain. Tendies is short for chicken tenders.

A short squeeze occurs when a stock or other asset jumps sharply higher, forcing traders who had bet that its price would fall, to buy it in order to forestall even greater losses. Their scramble to buy only adds to the upward pressure on the stock’s price.