Adjusted debit balance

When shorting stocks and the tides goes against the trader, the money required to satisfy the delinquency in funds for the failed short trade is the adjusted debit balance. For instance a trader shorts a stock at $10 at 10 shares but the stock shot up to $20, the trader owes his broker $100.

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