Short Sale Definition Tuesday, March 12, 11:51 AM ET
A short sale refers to an investment strategy in which an investor can turn a profit as a share price or the market declines. In order to execute this strategy, an investor sells shares that are borrowed that will be returned at some future point. The transaction is profitable if the investor is able to repurchase the borrowed shares for less than the price they were sold at.
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