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PIPE

Private Investment in 

Public

 Equity. A 

Transaction

 in which accredited investors are allowed to 

Purchase

 stock in a 

Public company

, usually below the 

Market

 price. The stock is registered with the 

SEC

 so that it may later be resold to the public.



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Accredited investor

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Credit

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Low

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Market

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Owe

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Purchase

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Public company

,

Public

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Public equity

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Register

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SEC

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Transaction

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UIT

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VAT


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10-Q

,

10-K

,

52-week low

,

19c3 stock

,

Accredited Personal Financial Planning Specialist

,

Asset/equity ratio

,

Accrued market discount

,

American Stock Exchange

,

Asked price

,

Asking price

,

At par

,

All or any part

,

At best

,

At call

,

Average equity

,

Adjustable rate preferred stock

,

Adjusted futures price

,

All-risks coverage

,

At risk

,

Add-on service

,

Action to quiet title

,

As is

,

Assignment to creditors

,

Attorney in fact

,

A shares

,

Automatic investment plan

,

Average price per share

,

Aggregate exercise price

,

At the money

,

Across the board

,

Action

,

Additional paid-in capital

,

Adoption credit

,

Active market

,

Against the box

,

At the bell

,

At the close

,

At the figure

,

At the full

,

At the market

,

At the opening order

,

Auction market

,

Away from the market

,

Accredited investor

,

Angel investor

,

Below the line

,

Bank credit

,

Bank holding company

,

Banking Act of 1933

,

Below par

,

Bid-to-cover ratio

,

Bond market

,

Bureau of Public Debt

,

Brought over the wall

,

Buying on margin

,

Buy on close

,

Buy on opening

,

Buy the book

,

Bear market

,

Bulldog market

,

Breaking the syndicate

,

By the book

,

Business credit

,

B shares

,

Borrowed stock

,

Balanced investment strategy

,

Breadth-of-market theory

,

Beat the gun

,

Bull market

,

Capital investment

,

Certified Public Accountant

,

Cost Of Goods Sold

,

Credit order

,

Checkbook register

,

Credit card

,

Credit union

,

Call price

,

Capital market

,

Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

,

Common stock equivalent

,

Conversion parity price

,

Conversion price

,

Credit analyst

,

Credit risk

,

Current market value

,

Credit balance

,

Consumer Price Index

,

Credit squeeze

,

Cyclical stock

,

Cash market

,

Cash price

,

Certificated stock

,

Chasing the market

,

Cheapest to deliver

,

Commodities Exchange Act

,

Contract market

,

Credit insurance

,

Credit life insurance

,

Callable stock

,

Certificate of stock

,

Consumer stock

,

Control stock

,

Corporate action

,

Class action suit

,

Cash credit

,

Closed-end credit

,

Commercial credit

,

Consumer credit

,

Credit

,

Credit agency

,

Credit default swap

,

Credit derivative

,

Credit enhancement

,

Credit limit

,

Credit line

,

Credit score

,

Controlled company

,

Closed-end investment company

,

C shares

,

Close to the money

,

Closing transaction

,

Credit spread

,

Cloud on title

,

Cash or Deferred Arrangement

,

Choice market

,

Class A Shares

,

Class B Shares

,

Child and dependent care credit

,

Close a position

,

Close market

,

Closing price

,

Closing purchase

,

Continuous market

,

Cornering the market

,

Curbs in

,

Deferred credit

,

Deposit in transit

,

Dealer market

,

Debt-equity swap

,

Debt market

,

Dollar price

,

Division of Investment Management

,

Division of Market Regulation

,

Dividend in arrears

,

Desk (the)

,

Delivery price

,

Deal stock

,

Defensive stock

,

Distribution stock

,

Donated stock

,

Direct Public Offering

,

Doing business as

,

Debtor in possession

,

Debtor-in-possession financing

,

Due-on-sale clause

,

Deep in the money

,

Deep out of the money

,

Dirty stock

,

Defensive investment strategy

,

Dogs of the Dow

,

Daily low

,

Deep market

,

Depth of market

,

Double auction market

,

Equity-linked note

,

Equity risk premium

,

Escrowed to maturity

,

External market

,

Either-or order

,

Edge Act

,

E-mini

,

Ex-pit transaction

,

Emerging market

,

Equity funding

,

Employee Stock Purchase Plan

,

Employee stock repurchase agreement

,

Equity option

,

Ex-all

,

Equity kicker

,

Equity mortgage

,

Equity fund

,

Equity REIT

,

Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

,

Equity capital

,

Equity financing

,

Equity swap

,

Earned income tax credit

,

Education credit

,

First In First Out

,

Form 10-Q

,

Flight to quality

,

Full price

,

Fictitious credit

,

Fill or kill

,

Front-ending an order

,

Forward P/E

,

Free market

,

Free market price

,

Forward price

,

Futures price

,

Foreign direct investment

,

Fair market value

,

First preferred stock

,

Form 8-K

,

Form S-1

,

Full stock

,

Fair Credit Reporting Act

,

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

,

Finance company

,

Full faith and credit

,

Federal Insurance Contributions Act

,

Fixed investment trust

,

Fourth market

,

Guaranteed Investment Contract

,

Glass-Steagall Act

,

Growth stock

,

G-7

,

GDP implicit price deflator

,

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

,

G-8

,

Going public

,

Growing equity mortgage

,

Gather in the stops

,

Graveyard market

,

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of 1976

,

Hit the bid

,

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

,

High-tech stock

,

Holding company

,

Holder in due course

,

High credit

,

Home equity

,

Home Equity Conversion Mortgage

,

Home equity debt

,

Home equity line of credit

,

Home equity loan

,

Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

,

Housing Market Index

,

Hope credit

,

High-low index

,

Hammering the market

,

Held at the opening

,

Holding the market

,

Horizontal price movement

,

Investment flows

,

In escrow

,

Investment bill

,

Investment-grade bond

,

Investment letter

,

Investment security

,

Investment value

,

In-house

,

Investment Advisor Act of 1940

,

Investment bank

,

Investment banker

,

Investment Bankers Association

,

Investment banking

,

Investment banking group

,

Investment Company Act of 1940

,

Income stock

,

In line

,

Inefficient market

,

Investment multiplier

,

Inverted market

,

Internal market

,

Initial Public Offering

,

Inside market

,

Insider Trading sanctions Act of 1984

,

Investor relations

,

In intestacy

,

Impaired credit

,

In play

,

In-process research and development

,

Investment company

,

Investment fund

,

Investment objective

,

Investment policy

,

Investment trust

,

I/O strip

,

Investment property

,

In-service withdrawal

,

Investment philosophy

,

Imperfect market

,

In and out

,

Individual investor

,

Institutional investor

,

In sympathy

,

In the tank

,

Jumping the gun

,

Joint Stock Company

,

Junior equity

,

Last In First Out

,

Law of one price

,

Lending at a rate

,

Limit-on-close order

,

Limit price

,

Long Market Value

,

Loose credit

,

Limited company

,

Loan stock

,

Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities

,

Line of credit

,

Loan-to-cost

,

Loan-to-value

,

Lock-in

,

Lease-purchase agreement

,

Leading the market

,

Lifetime learning credit

,

Limited Liability Company

,

Locked in

,

Long-term gain or loss

,

Level I quotes

,

Liquid market

,

Locked market

,

Low

,

Mutual company

,

Market basket

,

Market capitalization

,

Market conversion price

,

Municipal investment trust

,

Make a market

,

Market if touched order

,

Market letter

,

Market maker

,

Market maker spread

,

Market on close order

,

Market order

,

Mark-to-market

,

May Day

,

Marginal propensity to consume

,

Market economy

,

Marginable stock

,

Market rate

,

Money at call

,

Management company

,

Market cap

,

Market neutral

,

Market portfolio

,

Market timer

,

Market timing

,

Market analysis

,

Market

,

Market inefficiency

,

Market opening

,

Market return

,

Market-share weighted index

,

Market surveillance

,

Market-value weighted index

,

Market Volatility Index

,

Maximum price fluctuation

,

Mixed market

,

Net investment

,

National Credit Union Administration

,

National Market System

,

New York Stock Exchange

,

Non-equity option

,

Normal market

,

Nonvoting stock

,

No-Action Letter

,

Notary Public

,

Negative equity

,

Non-revolving credit card

,

Non-qualified stock option

,

Non-statutory stock option

,

National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts

,

Non-investment property

,

Nasdaq Small Cap Market

,

No-load stock

,

Narrow market

,

National Market Advisory Board

,

Negotiated market

,

Net transaction

,

Nonaccredited investor

,

Off the books

,

Offering price

,

Over-the-Counter

,

On-floor order

,

On margin

,

Or better

,

Open market operation

,

Offshore company

,

Optionable stock

,

Original issue stock

,

On account

,

On-the-spot loan

,

Open-end credit

,

Owe

,

Open-end management company

,

Opening transaction

,

Option price

,

Out of the money

,

Old age, survivors, and disability insurance

,

On-balance volume

,

On close

,

On open

,

On the opening

,

Open market

,

Open trade equity

,

Operationally efficient market

,

Outside market

,

Private banking

,

Payment-in-kind security

,

Price Value of a Basis Point

,

Private sector pass-through

,

Public bond

,

Public offering

,

Public purpose bond

,

Purchase

,

Private placement

,

Public limited partnership

,

Public Securities Association

,

Preferred stock

,

Prior preferred stock

,

P&L

,

Price index

,

Private debt

,

Producer Price Index

,

Public goods

,

Public sector

,

Parity price

,

Physical market

,

Price limit

,

Private Mortgage Insurance

,

Primary market

,

Public company

,

Public offering price

,

Purchase-money mortgage

,

Private Market Value

,

Price spread

,

Purchase agreement

,

Prudent Expert Act

,

Paid-in capital

,

Paid-in surplus

,

Passive investor

,

Private company

,

Private Investment in Public Equity

,

Public

,

Public equity

,

Public ownership

,

Perfect capital market

,

Private letter ruling

,

Painting the tape

,

Price range

,

Price-weighted index

,

Public book

,

Private equity

,

Private limited partnership

,

Qualified institutional investor

,

Register

,

Return on Capital

,

Return on Invested Capital

,

Return on Total Assets

,

Regulation Q

,

Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduit

,

Redemption price

,

Registered coupon bond

,

Registered security

,

Reading the tape

,

Registered Representative

,

Regulation D

,

Regulation G

,

Regulation T

,

Regulation U

,

Regulated investment company

,

Retail Price Index

,

Registered Retirement Savings Plan

,

Restricted stock

,

Red herring

,

Registered Company

,

Regulation A

,

Right to Know

,

Revolving line of credit

,

Registered options principal

,

Retirement Equity Act of 1984

,

Return on Capital Employed

,

Retail investor

,

SEC filing

,

SG&A

,

Sight letter of credit

,

S&L

,

Stock association

,

SEC

,

Secondary market

,

Stock buyback

,

SEC fee

,

Securities Investor Protection Corporation

,

Sell the book

,

Stock loan

,

Stop price

,

Second preferred stock

,

Stock dividend

,

Settlement price

,

Single stock futures

,

Spot market

,

Spot price

,

Second-to-die insurance

,

Stock life insurance company

,

Secondary stock

,

Stock bonus plan

,

Stock certificate

,

Stock Clearing Corporation

,

Stock consolidation

,

Stock exchange

,

Stock index

,

Stock market

,

Stock option

,

Stock option plan

,

Stock power

,

Stock screening

,

Stock swap

,

Stock symbol

,

Stock ticker

,

Subscription price

,

Statutory investment

,

Secondary mortgage market

,

Secured credit card

,

Stock fund

,

Systematic investment plan

,

Selling the spread

,

Short market value

,

Synthetic stock

,

Share price

,

Split-adjusted price

,

Stock list

,

Story stock

,

Selling short against the box

,

Shorting against the box

,

Short purchase

,

S Corporation

,

Short-term gain or loss

,

Subchapter M

,

Subchapter S Corporation

,

Schedule C

,

Securities Act of 1933

,

Securities Exchange Act of 1934

,

Seek a market

,

Small investor

,

Sophisticated investor

,

Specialist market

,

S&P phenomenon

,

Transaction

,

T-Bill

,

Term to maturity

,

Take a position

,

Two-sided market

,

Two-way market

,

Trailing P/E

,

Treasury Stock

,

Tenancy by the entirety

,

Trust company

,

TED spread

,

Truth in Lending

,

Tenancy at will

,

Title company

,

Top hat plan

,

The Street

,

Timing the market

,

Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997

,

Tax Reform Act of 1986

,

Tax Reform Act of 1993

,

Take a bath

,

Target price

,

Thin market

,

Third market

,

Tight market

,

Transparent market

,

U.S. Government Agency Security

,

U.S. Savings Bond

,

U.S. Treasury

,

U.S. Treasury Bill

,

U.S. Treasury Bond

,

U.S. Treasury Note

,

U.S. Treasury Securities

,

Uniform Securities Act

,

UIT

,

Unit Investment Trust

,

Unified Tax Credit

,

Value stock

,

Vetoing stock

,

Voting stock

,

VAT

,

With interest

,

Williams Act

,

Wage price spiral

,

Watered stock

,

Widow-and-orphan stock

,

W-2 Form

,

W formation

,

Weak market

,

When, as, and if issued

,

Wide market

,

Wilshire 5000 Equity Index

,

X or XD

,

Year-To-Date

,

Yankee bond market

,

Yield to call

,

Yield to maturity

,

Yield to worst

,

Y shares

,

Zero-investment portfolio


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