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scalping

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈskælpɪŋ/
US COMMERCE the activity of buying things, such as theatre tickets, at the usual price and then selling them when they are difficult to get at higher prices: Selling tickets above face value - commonly called scalping - is prohibited by state law.
FINANCE the activity of buying small quantities or shares, bonds, etc. and then selling them quickly in order to make a small profit
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