Short Exempt

Business / Finance / Short Exempt: Used in the context of general equities. Actual purchase of securities by a short seller to replace those borrowed at the time of a short sale.

Other Words for Exempt

Exempt Verb Synonyms: exempted, free, liberated, released, excused, relieved, spared, let off, excepted, immune, off the hook

Other Words for Short

Short Verb Synonyms: laconic, terse, succinct, pithy, sententious, epigrammatic
Short Adjective Synonyms: direct, straight, straightforward, short and sweet
Short Noun Synonyms: small, little, slight, petite, diminutive, wee, tiny, elfin, minuscule, midget, dwarfish, squat, dumpy, runty, stubby, stunted, pint-sized, knee-high to a grasshopper, sawn-off

Short-Short Test

Business / Finance / Short-Short Test: An SEC rule requiring that short sales be made only in a market that is moving upward; this means either on an uptick from the last sale, or showing no downward movement. MORE

Short-Sale Rule

Business / Finance / Short-Sale Rule: Events and decisions concerning the short-term finance of a firm, such as how much inventory to order and whether to offer cash terms or credit terms to customers. MORE

Short-Run Operating Activities

Business / Finance / Short-Run Operating Activities: The risk of falling short of any investment target. MORE

Short-Handed Goal

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Short-Handed Goal: A goal scored by a player whose team is short-handed. See also power play goal. MORE


Business / Finance / Short-Term: A repealed IRS restriction, that used to limit profits from short-term trading, which three months, to 30% of gross income. The penalty for exceeding this limit would be the loss of certain tax-free b MORE

Short-Term Bond Fund

Business / Finance / Short-Term Bond Fund: Any investments with a maturity of one year or less. MORE