day trading

day-trade

[dey-treyd]
verb (used without object), day-traded, day-trading.
to buy and sell a listed security or commodity on the same day, usually on margin, for a quick profit.

day-trader, noun
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day trading
 
n
the practice of buying and selling shares on the same day, often via the internet, in order to make a quick profit
 
day trader
 
n

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Main Entry:  day trading
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the practice of buying and selling stocks or securities on the same day, esp. via the Internet
Example:  Day trading offers a way to profit from small price fluctuations.
Etymology:  1981
Usage:  day trader, n; day trade, v; day-trading, adj
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