mixed account

Mixed account

A brokerage account holding both long and short positioned securities.

Mixed Account

A brokerage account that includes a long position in at least one security and a short position in at least one security. That is, a mixed account has at least one security an investor owns and at least one that the investor has borrowed. A mixed account is a type of margin account.

mixed account

A brokerage account that includes long and short security positions.
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