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Going ahead

A broker-dealer trades in a personal account prior to filling the orders of his or her clients. Prohibited by the NASD rules of fair practice. Also see front running

Going Ahead

The act or practice of a broker making a trade on his/her own account before filling a similar order on behalf of a client. Going ahead is considered a form of insider trading and as such is illegal.
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The mayor and his cronies have every intention of going ahead and carrying out this awful plan.
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Referring to a meeting between the two earlier this week, Mr Benyon said: "I explained to him the complexities of the scheme, which is not going ahead in the current proposals, but will, I am sure, in future.
Cal Luthern and Chapman traded scoring after a scoreless first quarter, the Kingsmen going ahead first when quarterback Casey Preston connected with Alex Gonzalez on a 9-yard pass in the second quarter.