Lead Card: Card list given to prospects that includes the name, position, company name, address and phone number of a prospective client.
Pitch Day: A day in which potential companies pitch ideas in the hope of garnering interest and investors to their business.
Pit: The trading floor
Soft Sell: A passive pitch used to sell stock
Hard Sell: An aggressive approach used to sell stock
Bull Market: A bull market tends to be associated with increasing investor confidence, motivating investors to buy in anticipation of further capital gains. (Wikipedia.com)
Bear Market: is described as being accompanied by widespread pessimism. Investors anticipating further losses are motivated to sell, with negative sentiment (Wikipedia.com)
Trade on the demo: Trading without real money
Lead: A note card used by brokers to garner potential buyers
Wood: A bad lead with missing pieces of information
Day Trader: A short term trader
Bids: What traders are willing to buy contracts for
Offer: What traders are willing to sell for
Market: The highest bid and lowest offer
Go Live: Trading with real money