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1. Attempt to take maximum financial benefit of the scarcity of an item (such as tickets to a sellout show) by hoarding it.
2. Trading strategies in which goods or securities are bought and sold for small, short-term, profit during a trading session, rarely carrying a trading position to the next day.
3. Spreading favorable but false information about a good or security to boost its demand and then unloading it. Also called pumping and dumping.

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