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A term used to describe fixed-income securities that trade frequently on the floor of the NYSE.
        
Generally, most-active stocks are those with the most shares traded over one day.  Usually, stocks experience higher-than-normal trading Volume due to significantly important new information affecting the stock reaching the market. This creates a strong impetus amongst investors to either buy or sell the stock, resulting in heavier trading Volume, and often strong momentum in the stock as well.
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