hedge, vb. To use two compensating or offsetting transactions to ensure a position of breaking even; to make advance arrangements to safeguard oneself from loss on an investment, speculation, or bet, as when a buyer of commodities insures against unfavorable price changes by buying in advance at a fixed rate for later delivery. [Cases: Commodity Futures Trading Regulation 10. C.J.S. Securities Regulation ¡ì¡ì 455, 470.] ¡ª hedging, n.
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