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The sale of a security where the revenue from the sale is used immediately to buy another security. FINRA considers both the sale and the purchase to be a single transaction and one may not charge more than a 5% markup in a proceeds sale.
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A transaction in which funds received from selling a security are immediately reinvested in another security. The National Association of Securities Dealers regards a proceeds sale as a single transaction; therefore, the member's commission or markup cannot exceed 5% of the principal of the trade.
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