Overreaching


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Overreaching

Used in the context of general equities. Creating artificial volume in a stock through activity not generated by normal/natural buyers and sellers in the market.

Overreaching

1. The process by which ownership of one asset is changed into ownership of another asset. For example, one may own a car and then sell it. Afterward, one owns the cash from the sale. The process by which this occurs is called overreaching.

2. The act of buying and/or selling a security repeatedly such that the trading volume goes to an artificially high level. If one overreaches as part of a price manipulation scheme, it is illegal.
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RSA fought for increased education of building residents as a more effective and realistic solution to the problem of fire safety than the proposed alternative, an overreaching plan that included retrofitting existing buildings with sprinklers at great cost to building owners.
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TEI sincerely believes, however, that these instances of regulatory overreaching can be most effectively addressed on a case-by-case basis and that the application of a regulatory freeze would do more harm than good.
The potential for overreaching is significantly greater when a lawyer, a professional trained in the art of persuasion, personally solicits an unsophisticated, injured or distressed layperson," Kennedy wrote.
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This would be a perfect opportunity to hold hearings to: a) put the ridiculous and overbearing nature of the federal government on stage; b) reaffirm the fundamental principle that all citizens should be treated equally; and c) highlight the Clinton administration's overreaching interpretation of its powers under the Constitution.