trading pool

Trading Pool

Two or more investors who manipulate a stock's price by making buy or sell orders so as to create the impression of high volume and general interest in the stock. This could raise or lower the price, according to the needs of the trading pool. See also: Price manipulation.

trading pool

A pool in which the stock is manipulated by purchases and sales in the open market. For example, pool operators affect a stock's price and volume by making purchases in the open market, thereby attracting the interest of other investors.
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Recent American University in Dubai (AUD) graduate Rashid Khan dipped his toe in the financial trading pool, which proved to be quite a success for him.
The bank said that it would close the fund after clients pulled money from the quantitative trading pool.
Having access to this additional liquidity will greatly simplify and accelerate our members' trading activities allowing for improved investment returns by simply adopting a strategy of directing more order flow to this block trading pool.
The players can go to the auction pool now because they have missed the trading pool.
After being roundly dismissed as damaged goods, the polish had returned to Sheffield's reputation; if Malone threw him into the trading pool, there certainly would have been some bites.
Our constantly growing family of exchange members will be able to provide improved investment returns by simply adopting a strategy of directing more order flow to this block trading pool.
Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) and Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) have lost their position in the Australian trading pool that sets daily interbank financing rates.
PK) announced today that it earned modest revenues during the first two months since commencing trading its 141 Seasonal Trading Pool 1 LLC (STP1) at the beginning of January 2009.
The Board of Directors approved the capital restructure to position the Company for growth, to reduce the market volatility 141 Capital's shares have experienced, and to better reflect the Company's earnings now that the Company has commenced trading the 141 Seasonal Trading Pool I, LLC ("STP1").
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The London Stock Exchange have completed the transition of one of their smaller trading pools to Linux, creating what they claims is the world's fastest trading platform.
Through its Data and Financial Products units, NASDAQ OMX provides its companies and investors with unrivaled market insight and visibility across multiple trading pools.