Leveraged stock

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Leveraged stock

Stocks financed with credit, such as that purchased on a margin account.

Leveraged Stock

A stock bought on credit, especially on a margin account. Generally, one purchases a leveraged stock with one's broker's money, with the stock and cash as collateral. This increases the stock owner's profit when the net value goes up and increases his/her debt to the broker when it goes down.
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Before the acquisition was publicly announced, Canas not only bought Potash contracts-for-difference-highly leveraged securities not traded in the U.
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The Tax Court held that a leveraged securities agreement was not a securities lending arrangement under IRC [section] 1058 since its economic substance indicated the taxpayers' opportunity for gain had been reduced.
Hedge funds differ from mutual funds in many ways: They can buy a wider variety of securities; they are restricted to fewer investors; they can try to produce a gain irrespective of whether stock and bond markets are rising or falling; they have not been subject to strict SEC regulations and disclosure requirements (except for the new "funds of funds" discussed in the text of the article); they tend to concentrate their portfolios in fewer investments; they have more leeway to "time" the market; they cannot advertise; they can limit the number of contributions and withdrawals; their compensation method is based on incentive and management fees that usually are much higher than those for mutual funds; and they can invest in long, short and leveraged securities.
Wiatr, NewMil's Chairman, President and CEO said, "Our net income has continued to increase as a result of growth in earning assets, including leveraged securities, and continued control of operating expenses.