overtrade

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o·ver·trade

 (ō′vər-trād′)
v. o·ver·trad·ed, o·ver·trad·ing, o·ver·trades
v.intr.
1. To buy and sell securities too frequently, resulting in excessive volatility or high transaction costs.
2. To exceed the ability of a business to finance its operations by increasing sales too rapidly.
v.tr.
To buy and sell securities in (a market) too frequently.

overtrade

(ˌəʊvəˈtreɪd)
vb
(Commerce) (intr) (of an enterprise) to trade in excess of capacity or working capital

o•ver•trade

(ˌoʊ vərˈtreɪd)
v.i. -trad•ed, -trad•ing.
to trade in excess of one's resources.
[1730–35]

overtrade


Past participle: overtraded
Gerund: overtrading

Imperative
overtrade
overtrade
Present
I overtrade
you overtrade
he/she/it overtrades
we overtrade
you overtrade
they overtrade
Preterite
I overtraded
you overtraded
he/she/it overtraded
we overtraded
you overtraded
they overtraded
Present Continuous
I am overtrading
you are overtrading
he/she/it is overtrading
we are overtrading
you are overtrading
they are overtrading
Present Perfect
I have overtraded
you have overtraded
he/she/it has overtraded
we have overtraded
you have overtraded
they have overtraded
Past Continuous
I was overtrading
you were overtrading
he/she/it was overtrading
we were overtrading
you were overtrading
they were overtrading
Past Perfect
I had overtraded
you had overtraded
he/she/it had overtraded
we had overtraded
you had overtraded
they had overtraded
Future
I will overtrade
you will overtrade
he/she/it will overtrade
we will overtrade
you will overtrade
they will overtrade
Future Perfect
I will have overtraded
you will have overtraded
he/she/it will have overtraded
we will have overtraded
you will have overtraded
they will have overtraded
Future Continuous
I will be overtrading
you will be overtrading
he/she/it will be overtrading
we will be overtrading
you will be overtrading
they will be overtrading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overtrading
you have been overtrading
he/she/it has been overtrading
we have been overtrading
you have been overtrading
they have been overtrading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overtrading
you will have been overtrading
he/she/it will have been overtrading
we will have been overtrading
you will have been overtrading
they will have been overtrading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overtrading
you had been overtrading
he/she/it had been overtrading
we had been overtrading
you had been overtrading
they had been overtrading
Conditional
I would overtrade
you would overtrade
he/she/it would overtrade
we would overtrade
you would overtrade
they would overtrade
Past Conditional
I would have overtraded
you would have overtraded
he/she/it would have overtraded
we would have overtraded
you would have overtraded
they would have overtraded
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