5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pink Sheet Market
- Secondary Markets
- Limit Order
- a An order to buy and sell a stock at a certain (or better) price.
- b Another name for the OTC market
- c The highest price by a buyer and the lowest price asked by a seller for a stock at a given time
- d Those markets in which stocks can be bought and sold once they are approved for public sale
- e A member of a brokerage house who transfers orders and information between stockbrokers in an office and floor brokers at a stock exchange
5 Multiple choice questions
- The time and money buyers and sellers spend to find one another and arrange trades
- New York Stock Exchange, which is one of the most organized stock markets in NYC
- Stocks that have been approved and listed for trading by one of the organized stock exchanges or markets.
- A market in which a corporation sells new stock to raise money for start-up or expansion.
- The price that buyers are willing to pay for a particular stock at a given time
5 True/False questions
Market-Maker → A stock trader who agrees to buy and sell, or "make a market" in a company's stock
NASDAQ → An electronic marketplace where buyers and sellers get together via computer and hundreds of thousands of miles of high-speed data lines
Stock Exchange → A market in which the public trades stocks that someone already owns
At the Market → An order to buy and sell a stock at the best price currently available
AMEX → The process through which buyers and sellers exchange with one another