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During the 1920s, buying stock on credit was called buying on speculation. buying on a gamble. buying on margin. buying on margin call.

Mindee Nelson

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Mindee Nelson on September 19, 2018

During the 1920s, buying stock on credit was called buying on margin. The correct option among all the options given in the question is the third margin. Buy stocks on credit is always better than the purchase of shares of debit cards. t is easier to hold on to the stocks bought on credit, if by chance the price of shares in the dryer, very fast.


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