Removing the scalp or a part of the scalp of a person. The making of a short-term profit by an adviser in respect of investments through taking advantage of the market reaction to advice given by him. Securities & Exchange Com. v Capital Gains Research Bureau, Inc. 375 US 180, 11 L Ed 2d 237, 84 S Ct 275. Taking advantage of a customer in charging him an excessive price. Any form of business practice in seeking an unmerited profit. See ticket scalping.

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