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Stalking Horse Bidder

A stalking horse bidder is an initial bidder or purchaser on the sale of a distressed or bankrupt company's assets . The initial bidder negotiates a purchase agreement with the debtor, conducts due diligence on the assets, and sets the terms...

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Active Order

During a day of trading a broker   will buy and sell. What they buy and sell, and how much they do it for, comes down to specific orders given to them by investors. An order is called active when it's running either for the duration of...

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