buy in

Definition

A securities-related term referring to a situation in which an investor must repurchase shares of stock because the seller either failed to deliver the shares or did not deliver them in a timely fashion. The buyer notifies exchange officials, who in turn notify the seller of the delivery failure. The exchange assists the buyer in purchasing the stock again, with the original seller having to make up the price difference if the new shares are more expensive than originally agreed to.

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I wanted to buy in and I knew that it was a bit risky, but I wanted to see what we could do with it.

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You need to make sure that you can afford the buy in before you even think about a risky investment.

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The investor buy in was necessary to make all parties whole and to ensure all agreements were upheld as usual.

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