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Otc

• See: over-the-counter.

• See Over The Counter.

• See Over-the-Counter.

 
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 Nasdaq: Is the acronym for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations or Quote system. This network links brokers and dealers in an unified price quotation system. It has three levels. Level I displays the highest bid and lowest offer. Level II displays market maker's quotes. Level III permits the entry and revision of quotes by market makers.National Association of Securities Dealers Automatic Quotation System. An electronic quotation system that provides price quotations to market participants about the more actively traded common stock issues in the Otc market. About 4,000 common stock issues are included in the NASDAQ system.The National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System, the best known over-the-counter (Otc) market in the world, that rivals the New York Stock Exchange in trading volumes.Abbreviation for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System. NASDAQ is a nationwide computerized quotation system that produces current bid and asked quotations on over 5,500 Over-The-Counter stocks.

 Over the counter market: Abbreviated Otc. A decentralized market (as opposed to an exchange market) where geographically dispersed dealers are linked together by telephones and computer screens. The market is for securities not listed on a stock or bond exchange. The NASDAQ market is an OTC market for U.S. stocks.Abbreviated Otc. Not an organization but an intangible market consisting of electronic communication links established between securities dealers to permit the purchase and sale of securities not listed on the organized exchanges. For example NASDAQ,The term used to describe a security that is traded through the telephone- and computer-connected Otc Market rather than through an exchange.The security exchange system in which broker-dealers negotiate directly with one another rather than through an auction on an exchange floor. The trading takes place over computer and telephone networks that link brokers and dealers around the world. Both listed and Otc securities, as well as municipal and U.S. government securities, are traded in the OTC market.Is the marketplace where securities are not listed on an exchange. Many derivatives, fixed income securities, and very small capitalization stocks belong in this group. Another notable difference between Over the Counter instruments and listed securities is that Otc instruments tend to be customized whereas listed instruments are standardized.

 Over the counter market: Abbreviated Otc. A decentralized market (as opposed to an exchange market) where geographically dispersed dealers are linked together by telephones and computer screens. The market is for securities not listed on a stock or bond exchange. The NASDAQ market is an OTC market for U.S. stocks.Abbreviated Otc. Not an organization but an intangible market consisting of electronic communication links established between securities dealers to permit the purchase and sale of securities not listed on the organized exchanges. For example NASDAQ,The term used to describe a security that is traded through the telephone- and computer-connected Otc Market rather than through an exchange.The security exchange system in which broker-dealers negotiate directly with one another rather than through an auction on an exchange floor. The trading takes place over computer and telephone networks that link brokers and dealers around the world. Both listed and Otc securities, as well as municipal and U.S. government securities, are traded in the OTC market.Is the marketplace where securities are not listed on an exchange. Many derivatives, fixed income securities, and very small capitalization stocks belong in this group. Another notable difference between Over the Counter instruments and listed securities is that Otc instruments tend to be customized whereas listed instruments are standardized.

 Over the counter market: Abbreviated Otc. A decentralized market (as opposed to an exchange market) where geographically dispersed dealers are linked together by telephones and computer screens. The market is for securities not listed on a stock or bond exchange. The NASDAQ market is an OTC market for U.S. stocks.Abbreviated Otc. Not an organization but an intangible market consisting of electronic communication links established between securities dealers to permit the purchase and sale of securities not listed on the organized exchanges. For example NASDAQ,The term used to describe a security that is traded through the telephone- and computer-connected Otc Market rather than through an exchange.The security exchange system in which broker-dealers negotiate directly with one another rather than through an auction on an exchange floor. The trading takes place over computer and telephone networks that link brokers and dealers around the world. Both listed and Otc securities, as well as municipal and U.S. government securities, are traded in the OTC market.Is the marketplace where securities are not listed on an exchange. Many derivatives, fixed income securities, and very small capitalization stocks belong in this group. Another notable difference between Over the Counter instruments and listed securities is that Otc instruments tend to be customized whereas listed instruments are standardized.

 Over the counter market: Abbreviated Otc. A decentralized market (as opposed to an exchange market) where geographically dispersed dealers are linked together by telephones and computer screens. The market is for securities not listed on a stock or bond exchange. The NASDAQ market is an OTC market for U.S. stocks.Abbreviated Otc. Not an organization but an intangible market consisting of electronic communication links established between securities dealers to permit the purchase and sale of securities not listed on the organized exchanges. For example NASDAQ,The term used to describe a security that is traded through the telephone- and computer-connected Otc Market rather than through an exchange.The security exchange system in which broker-dealers negotiate directly with one another rather than through an auction on an exchange floor. The trading takes place over computer and telephone networks that link brokers and dealers around the world. Both listed and Otc securities, as well as municipal and U.S. government securities, are traded in the OTC market.Is the marketplace where securities are not listed on an exchange. Many derivatives, fixed income securities, and very small capitalization stocks belong in this group. Another notable difference between Over the Counter instruments and listed securities is that Otc instruments tend to be customized whereas listed instruments are standardized.

 
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