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Consolidating securities definition

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Other types of marketable securities are classified as available-for-sale and held-to-maturity.

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Definition: Trading securities is a category of securities that includes both debt and equity securities, and which an entity intends to sell in the short term for a profit that it expects to generate from increases in the price of the securities.

This is the most common classification used for investments in securities.

Trading is usually done through an organized stock exchange, which acts as the intermediary between a buyer and seller, though it is also possible to directly engage in purchase and sale transactions with counterparties.

Trading securities are recorded in the balance sheet of the investor at their fair value as of the balance sheet date.