scalping

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scalping

  1. present participle of scalp

Etymology 2[edit]

From scalp (noun) +‎ -ing.

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scalping (plural scalpings)

  1. The action by which someone is scalped.
  2. (finance) A fraudulent form of market manipulation in which a person buys shares immediately before recommending the shares to others, thus driving the price up.
  3. (finance) A legitimate method of arbitrage of small price gaps created by the bid-ask spread.

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