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The mass of people who are ready to switch carriers, expressed by the formula Customer Quits/Customer base
To produce excessive and sometimes undesirable or unproductive activity or motion
To agitate rapidly and repetitively, or to stir with a rowing or rocking motion; generally applies to liquids, notably cream

Now the cream is churned to make butter.

A vessel used for churning

a butter churn.

The time when a consumer switches his/her service provider
To move rapidly and repetitively with a rocking motion; to tumble, mix or shake

I was so nervous my stomach was churning.

{n} a kind of vessel to churn cream in
{v} to make butter, to shake very much
A measure of the number of subscribers who leave or switch to another carrier's service
A vessel in which milk or cream is stirred, beaten, or otherwise agitated (as by a plunging or revolving dasher) in order to separate the oily globules from the other parts, and obtain butter
A cable industry measure based on a formula that measures subscriber connects, disconnects, upgrades and downgrades in service A low churn rate typically indicates customer satisfaction
If you say that your stomach is churning, you mean that you feel sick. You can also say that something churns your stomach. My stomach churned as I stood up = heave
Churning is unconscious or conscious overtrading by a broker in a customer's account Since brokers are most often compensated by the number of transactions made on a customer's behalf, there is temptation to trade too frequently, whether that's in stocks, bonds, or mutual funds with loads
A measure of the proportion of subscribers that leave a service
Cancellations or disconnects of paging service
The turnover of users on an online service, especially after the expiration of a free trial period
a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk
To shake or agitate with violence
To perform the operation of churning
A term that describes customer attrition, or customer defection A high churn rate implies high customer disloyalty
– Turnover of cable subscribers as a result of disconnects and new customers
be agitated; "the sea was churning in the storm"
Change of machine or operator
Customers disconnecting from Vodafone Group's mobile telephone networks The "churn rate" is the number of customers who disconnect from a network in a given period, divided by the average number of customers in that same period
Negative term referring to constantly searching out new customers to replace lost customers A costly and inefficient way to run a business
To stir, beat, or agitate, as milk or cream in a churn, in order to make butter
{i} vessel in which butter is made
If something churns water, mud, or dust, it moves it about violently. Ferries churn the waters of Howe Sound from Langdale to Horseshoe Bay. unsurfaced roads now churned into mud by the annual rains. Churn up means the same as churn. The recent rain had churned up the waterfall into a muddy whirlpool Occasionally they slap the water with their tails or churn it up in play. muddy, churned-up ground
a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter be agitated; "the sea was churning in the storm
A measure of the number of subscribers who leave or switch to another carrier's service (Back to top )
the turnover of users on an online service, most often after a free trial period
A term referring to customer disloyalty in the e-commerce age
Churn refers to what happens when a user leaves a service, and "service" in this case can describe almost anything from a dialup ISP account to a listserv subscription Churn is the major concern of almost any e-business, if only because it's so hard to attract users in the first place Most sites, therefore, have tried to develop "sticky" services to keep us coming back, or encourage us to give them basic pieces of information so they can keep in touch with us
A churn is a container which is used for making butter
The transfer (authorised or unauthorised) of a telecommunications service from one provider to another
stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter
{f} prepare butter by agitating cream; shake or agitate with violent motion
Churning is the unconscious or conscious over-trading by an Advisory Stockbroker in a customer's account Stockbrokers are paid on a commission on the consideration of a trade The consideration is the number of shares traded multiplied by the price As commissions have stabilised the only way brokers can make more money is to trade more shares There is therefore a natural temptation to trade for the sake of it It's illegal, but hard to prove
churn out
To produce a large quantity of (something) rapidly and easily

Barbara Cartland was renowned for her ability to churn out romantic novels.

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To churn out something means to produce large quantities of it very quickly. He began to churn out literary compositions in English
churn out
perform in a mechanical way
churn out
produce something at a fast rate; "He churns out papers, but they are all about the same topic"
churn up
cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of; "The pornographic pictures sickened us"
churn up
see churn 2
churn up gossip
spread rumors, spread hearsay, gossip
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{n} the act of making butter in a churn
A churn
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past of churn
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Illegal or unethical practice by a broker or other fiduciary to cause excessive transactions in a client’s account to benefit the broker or fiduciary through increased transaction fees
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The nefarious practice whereby a broker deals on a client's account with unnecessary frequency, for the sake of the commission he will receive Easy to condemn, but difficult to prove
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When firms fire many people and hire many people at the same time When firms fire many people and hire many people at the same time
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Excessive trading of an account by a broker with control of the account for the purpose of generating commissions while disregarding the interests of the customer
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The quantity of butter made at one operation
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A stockbroker's best friend! When there exists a great deal of buying and selling (that all carry a broker fee) that do not affect the value of the stock
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A practice, in violation of MSRB and SEC rules, in which a salesperson effects a series of transactions in a customer's account which are excessive in size and/or frequency in relation to the size and investment objectives of the account A salesperson churning an account is normally seeking to maximize the income (in commissions, sales credits or mark-ups) derived from the account MSRB rule G-l9 on suitability expressly prohibits churning of accounts Reference: MSRB rule G-19(e)
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Refers to excessive trading of a client's account for the purpose of increasing broker commissions, and leaving the client worse off or no better off than before Churning is illegal under SEC and exchange rules
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Excessive trading of an account by broker with control of the account for the purpose of generating commissions while disregarding the interests of the customer
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Is excessive trading in an investor's account, the sole purpose of which is usually to benefit the broker in the form of commissions If the pattern of activity is inappropriate or inconsistent with the clients' needs and objectives, or there are a volume of buys and sells for no suitable business reason, and if the prime result of such trading is the generation of commissions, then the practice is illegal under both SEC and exchange regulations
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Excessively trading a portfolio
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Excessive trading in a customer's brokerage account, done to generate increased commission income Churning is a securities law violation In the stock market, it refers to a period of heavy trading activity but few sustained price trends and little overall movement in stock market indexes
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moving with or producing or produced by vigorous agitation; "winds whipped the piled leaves into churning masses"; "a car stuck in the churned-up mud"
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When a broker excessively trades securities within an account for the purpose of increasing his or her commissions, rather than to further a client’s investment goals
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Unjustified, excessive trading in a customer's securities or commodities account to generate additional brokerage commissions
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To trade securities excessively In taxable investment accounts, churning invariably leads to reduced returns because of the hefty short-term capital gains tax But even in tax-deferred 401(k)s or IRAs, trading commissions can eat into your return In fact, brokers that encourage churning to increase their commissions are committing a securities law violation A fund manager churning his portfolio will also make you feel the tax bite See "The Dreaded Capital Gains Tax " BACK TO TOP
churning
excessive buying and selling of securities in a client's account so as to generate commissions
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moving with or producing or produced by vigorous agitation; "winds whipped the piled leaves into churning masses"; "a car stuck in the churned-up mud
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The act of one who churns
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The process of acquiring a share holding in a company, and then placing buy and sell orders for shares of that company in order to build up turnover
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It is illegal for a broker to engage in excessive trading activity merely for the purpose of maximizing his own commissions In order to succeed on a churning claim, a customer must establish that his broker directly or indirectly controlled the account and that the purchases and sales of securities were excessive in size and frequency in view of the financial resources of the customer and his investment objectives
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(of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence; "the river's roiling current"; "turbulent rapids" moving with or producing or produced by vigorous agitation; "winds whipped the piled leaves into churning masses"; "a car stuck in the churned-up mud
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Excessive trading that results in the broker deriving a profit from commissions while disregarding the best interests of the customers
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present participle of churn
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Churning takes place when a broker initiates trades on an investor's behalf that are excessive in size or frequency in relation to the investor's portfolio and that are against the investor's investment objectives as expressed to the broker A disreputable broker "churns" for the purpose of generating commissions Churning is a violation of the federal security laws
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Frequent and unnecessary trading by a broker, whose primary purpose is to generate commissions for the broker
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An unethical practice employed by some brokers to increase their commissions by excessively trading in a client's account
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Excessive buying and selling in a customer's account undertaken to generate commissions for the broker
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From the insurance perspective, churning is continually replacing lost customers with new customers From the provider perspective, churning is constantly seeing a patient for services that may not be appropriate
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(of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence; "the river's roiling current"; "turbulent rapids"
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{i} excessive buying and selling of securities by a broker (in order to increase his total commissions)
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Describes a computer taking a long time to process a particular operation When a computer is churning, it may seem to be doing nothing
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Unethical trading of a customer's account by a broker to create extra commissions Churning is also when there is high volume with very little movement in price
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Churning water is moving about violently. anything to take our minds off that gap and the brown, churning water below. = swirling
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plural of , churn
churns
third-person singular of churn
milk churn
a tall round metal container with a lid, used to carry milk from farms
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