process of purchasing securities in one market and selling them in another market, usually immediately after purchase, to profit from price differences in the markets
model based on the economic theory that postulates that the expected return of a securities asset depends on its level of systematic risk
practice of purchasing and then immediately selling a security on the same day on the basis of price fluctuations
idea that all securities trading opportunities are fairly priced because the price of a security always accurately reflects future performance in alignment with investors' information
occurs when a small change in price is paired with a large change in quantity demanded. Demand elasticity is calculated by dividing the percentage change of quantity demanded by the percentage change in price.
marketplace where quantity demanded of an item is responsive to changes in price. The greater the proportional disparity, the more elastic the marketplace.
greatest economic collapse in the history of the modern industrialized world. It started in late 1929 and continued throughout the 1930s.
general gauge of the overall economic status of a country in terms of goods and services produced by that country
marketplace based on the idea that a security's market price does not always reflect its true value and thus investors can employ strategies to improve returns
marketplace where quantity demanded is minimally responsive to changes in price. The smaller the proportional disparity, the more inelastic the marketplace.
market structure in which demand is perfectly elastic. The market usually contains a large number of competitors selling identical products that are easy to sell.
marketplace based on the securities trading concept that all trading opportunities are fairly priced because investors have already accounted for all available information in setting a price
measure of how responsive the quantity demanded of an item is to changes in the price of that item
measure of how responsive businesses are to production of an item in relation to changes in the price of that item
determination of the best price and output level that results in the greatest profit.
straight line that positively slopes and shows the relationship between the expected return of an asset class and beta
marketplace in which all publicly available information, including past and current, is reflected in prices
marketplace in which all information, public and private, past and current, is reflected in asset prices
measure of price times quantity sold. Businesses seek to determine at what price to sell goods in order to maximize revenue.
demand that occurs when the percentage change in quantity demanded is equal to the percentage change in price for a product
marketplace in which prices reflect only current information and past information has no relationship with current market prices