Casual Trading Law and Legal Definition
Casual trading is a newly developed variant of financial trading. It consists of the same principles carried out in trading rooms but involves the use of trading platforms that can be operated from the trader's residence.
Casual trading is a general name for all trading actions that are carried out by individuals without the use of a mediator. They can be found in stock exchange, foreign exchange, commodities and other markets.
Legal Definition list
Related Legal Terms
- Accommodation Trading
- Affiliate of a Futures Commission Merchant, Commodity Trading Advisor, Commodity Pool Operator or Introducing Broker
- Alternative Trading System
- Anonymous Trading
- Brief, Casual, and Innocent Absence [Immigration]
- Casual Bettor
- Casual Collecting
- Casual Condition
- Casual Dress Policy
- Casual Employment