Selling on the good news

The financial definition for Selling on the good news:

A strategy of selling stock shortly after a company announces good news and the stock price rises. Investors believe that the price is as high as it can go and is on the brink of going down.

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Rapid trading of trading or trading in high trading in anticipation of sharply rising or falling prices, usually after unexpected news is released.

Selling climax

Selling climax
A sudden drop in security prices as sellers dump their holdings.

Selling concession

Selling concession
The discount underwriters offer the selling group on securities in a new issue.

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