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Call Market - A call market is a market where trades are not continuous, but rather take place only at specified times. Orders in a call market at taken at one time and buy or sell prices are then determined. These prices are set by the stock market or stock exchange, as opposed to the buying and selling activities dictating the prices. Call markets are not as popular as they once were, and today are not popular at all and only used with a situation where there is little trading volume. This is the opposite of an auction market.

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Block Positioner - A block positioner is a member who is registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission, and who deals, sells, securities while taking a long or short position with stocks and bonds. A block positioner takes this stance with the hopes that he or she will net a...

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