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Active

A market in which there is frequent trading.

Active

1. Describing a security that is traded with relative frequency. Many investors look to active securities because they can be traded, even in rather large quantities, without affecting the price. Active securities usually have a low bid-ask spread.

2. Describing a market or exchange with a high trading volume.

active

Of or relating to a security in which there is a great deal of trading. Active securities appeal to many investors because they usually can be traded without affecting the price. In over-the-counter trading, an active security usually has a smaller spread between the bid and ask price. See also most-active stocks.
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In the sections that follow, we specifically address these issues by developing an empirical typology of companies based on managerial perceptions of customers' environmental activeness and deterrents and linking them to environmental strategies, motives and results.
There is no evidence that higher event-sponsor fit positively moderates the relationship between sports activeness and attitude toward the event compared to lower congruity perceptions ([H.
Another personality trait, called Dynamism and activeness, was associated with neck-pain prognosis.
Table 1 Correlations Among Variables for All Subjects (N = 986) Age Gender Social Faith Alcohol Support Activeness Abuse GPA .
The main areas in which differences were found between PCK children and the comparison groups were in the organization of their activities and thinking, their activeness and initiative-taking, their perception of studies and school, the importance of home and family, their sense of belonging to the Ethiopian community, their ability to express emotion, and the nature of their social interactions.
Naylor has used the image of "the lone army ant, the wingless queen who cannot fly from danger" (Linden 300) to concretize Willa's activeness and productivity as a female in the familial space and her courageous resolve to face risk.
He finds a multitude of connotations for "excessive erotics," "balanced erotics," "balanced erotics," "uncontrolled erotics," "successful erotics," "passiveness, activeness and aggressivity in erotics," "dominated activeness," "dominated passiveness," and so on.
While some of Richardson's discussion of ontology is a bit forced in order to fit the pieces into his system, major problems begin in the third chapter, "Value," which is comprised of three main issues: (1) How can Nietzsche's claims about the perspectival character of values be reconciled with the metavalues of power and activeness, which derive from the power ontology.
The threat to masculinity represented by the growing emancipation, independence, and activeness of women has evoked a range of responses in the culture that are mirrored in Hollywood cinema.
He asked to highlight the spirit of activeness and creativeness to improve the effectiveness of diplomatic works, and announced the theme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2018 that is activeness to uphold a favorable environment for development and international integration.
But the ill experienced officers were bent upon to snatch meal from fifty thousand families for the reasons showing up his extra activeness.
The growing appearance of international brands, including franchise concepts, or the expansion of existing ones will stimulate further activeness of consumers.