Intimidating company names
The investor owns the securities in their account, but the broker can sell them if they issue a margin call that the investor cannot meet, to cover the investors’ losses.
When banks and brokers use hypothecated collateral as collateral to back their own transactions and trades with their client’s agreement, in order to secure a lower cost of borrowing or a rebate on fees — this is called rehypothecation.
Here are a few suggestions for coming together as a team to rustle up some fun:, but without knowing who to present their idea to, or how it will be received, it can be intimidating to initiate the conversation.
Apparently it was popular at the time to name teams after the city; I guess this is the only team with which that trend stuck.This team actually changed names before they even played a game.An original member of the defunct ABA, they were supposed to be called the Denver Larks. Luckily the team was sold before their first season, and the new owner decided to call them the Rockets—much better name, ridiculous rocket-playing-basketball logo.When this team was founded as an original member of the AFL in 1960, they were called "The Titans" because, in ancient myth, Titans are bigger and stronger than Giants—the other football team in New York. Now, to be fair, technically the first name change (from Los Angeles to California) did coincide with a move–from Los Angeles to Anaheim, about a 35 minute drive away.Personally, I think that is an awesome name and history. But in the case of the other changes the team didn't even move stadiums.