Scalping definition

Scalping means the situation where the Client opens too many positions in CFDs at the same time and closes them for less than five minutes or buying at Bid price and selling at Ask price, so as to gain the Bid/Ask difference.
Scalping means the removal of sod and vegetation less than two (2) feet tall with a base diameter of one-fourth (1/4) inch or less.
Scalping means the situation where the Client opens too many positions at the same time and closes them for less than five minutes or buying at Bid price and selling at Ask price, so as to gain the Bid/Ask difference.

Examples of Scalping in a sentence

  • Scalping of the fields will commence to reduce the Bermuda and prepare for the addition of Rye seed.

  • Scalping propensity of COC for d-limonene, a major flavor component in orange juice was evaluated and found to be similar to that of LLDPE.

  • Scalping is the traumatic separation or peeling of the skin from the head due to an accident, e.g. hair becoming entangled in machinery.


More Definitions of Scalping

Scalping means a trading strategy based on the premise that the client opens a larger than average number of positions and closes them usually within a two minute timeframe in order to accumulate quick profits from small price changes
Scalping means the situation where the Client opens too many positions at the same time and closes them in a very short time (for example up to three minutes) or buying at Bid price and selling at Ask price, so as to gain the Bid/Ask difference.
Scalping means the opening and closing of a position within seconds. We have a 120 seconds minimum time interval between opening and closing trades.
Scalping means buying and selling a security on the same day as a Client and includes, among other transactions, the buying of a security when a client is selling that security, or selling a security when a Client is buying that security, with the intention of taking advantage of the market impact of the Client's trades.
Scalping means the form of trading strategy through which the Client, either solely acting or acting with others (internally by using other trading accounts held with the Company or by sharing the same IP address, or externally by using other trading accounts held with other brokers), performs and/or tries to perform numerous transactions within a very short time (for example up to three minutes), hedging positions (partially or fully) by holding open position on the opposite side of a trade, or by holding a position in a spot asset and the opposite position in the future of that asset, or buying at Bid price and selling at Ask price so as to gain the Bid/Ask difference, or in general a trading activity pattern that indicate that the Client aims to benefit financially without being genuinely interested in trading in the markets and/or taking any market risk.
Scalping means buying and selling a security or other instrument, including a derivative, on the same day as a Managed Account and includes, among other transactions, the buying of a security when a Managed Account will be selling that security or selling a security when a Managed Account is buying that security with the intention of taking advantage of the market impact of the trades by the Managed Account.
Scalping. ’ shall mean the trading style that specializes in profiting from small price fluctuations. This generally occurs after a trade is executed and becomes profitable.