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The practice of buying or selling a security while also buying or selling an option on that security at the same time. The SEC watches side-by-side trading closely because it opens the possibility for price manipulation.
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The simultaneous making of a market in a stock and in its associated options. The SEC has long frowned on this practice because of the possibility of price manipulation inherent in it. Also called integrated market making.
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