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MIT

1. Market if touched. An order to a broker to buy or sell a security at a certain price when that price becomes available. MITs are common in futures markets, and the prices ordered are often derived from technical analysis. An MIT may be a day order or a GTC order, but not an immediate or cancel order. For example, if shares are trading at $10 and an MIT is made to buy at $11, the broker buys no securities until the price is actually $11 per share.

2. Municipal Investment Trust. A unit investment trust that invests primarily or exclusively in municipal bonds. The MIT buys these bonds and holds them until maturity, passing the coupons and principal on to unit holders.

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Further, I show that Mises witnessed in the interwar period the conflict between the agenda of international organizations and the economic nationalism of European countries.
Jones presents Mises in various roles: socialist critic; Mont Pelerin Society participant; Bureaucracy author; an overlooked yet triumphant visionary; and think tank adherent.
I now provide textual evidence to support the claim that Mises himself viewed his argument this way.
Von Mises was an Austrian who emigrated to the United States just before the Second World War, served as a member of the editorial board of American Opinion (a parent magazine of THE NEW AMERICAN), and lived the Cassandra complex that Scarborough said Schiff had endured.
Second, we contrast the discovery perspective with an alternative interpretation of entrepreneurship that we associate with Cantillon (1730), Knight (1921), and Mises (1949), in which entrepreneurship is interpreted not as alertness or discovery, but as action under uncertainty, or what Knight (1921) called judgment.
Mises dethroned socialism as a policy ideal in 1920, when he showed that economic calculation is impossible in the socialist commonwealth.
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The Von Mises total strain contour plot, as shown in Figure 4, indicated that the maximum strain location at the solder joint to the package substrate interface occurred at nodes 1572, 10096, 10095, 10403, 11020 and 11328.
Le bureau regional de Sudbury de la Societe canadienne de l'ouie fournit des services Internet de pointe afin de s'assurer que des technologies nouvelles et pertinentes, telles que la video haute vitesse a large bande et la communication sans fil, sont mises a la disposition des personnes malentendantes.
In his youth he flirted with socialism, but was soon disabused of this by reading the Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises (1881-1972).