cabinet security

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Cabinet security

A stock or bond listed on a major exchange with low daily traded volume.
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Cabinet Security

An inactive or infrequently traded bond or stock. They are usually traded in small batches, around five shares at a time. Cabinet securities are kept in cabinets on the trading floor until they are needed.
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cabinet security

An inactive security listed on an exchange. The term derives from the type of storage unit in which limit orders for these securities are kept until needed for execution or cancellation.
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