from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A decrease, especially a small or incremental one.
- n. A transaction in a stock market security below the price of the previous transaction.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A stock market transaction or quote at a price below a preceding one.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a transaction in the stock market at a price below the price of the preceding transaction
If the DJIA rises by the target amount, the collar is called the downtick rule.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the speculative prevention rule called the downtick-uptick rule (which prohibited short-selling when stock prices were falling), in July 2006.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the speculative prevention rule called the downtick-uptick rule (which prohibited short-selling when stock prices were falling), in July
I would have thought that if you're starting to see the impact of capacity digestion, you would have seen metrology kind of downtick a little bit more than any other sector or division for you?
In fact, a look back at Obama's standing on the Gallup question over the past year suggests that the most recent results represent a leveling effect of sorts -- a return to the norm rather than some sort of larger-scale downtick.
What about the downtick in Obama's popularity in the Islamic world, and in places like Jordan.
"Going from running the retail bank to being a partner in their private investment arm, most people would say on the surface it looks like a lateral to a downtick move," said Gerard Cassidy of RBC Capital Markets.
Every time we see a downtick in the popular polls for the administration or Congress, the large stockholders I know secretly cheer.
But I get that David is afraid that should he stick around too much longer, things will start to get stale and then all people will remember is when things took a downtick and not so much all the great episodes like “Blink” and “The Girl in the Fireplace.”
It's comments like these that demonstrate the bankruptcy of a certain american left: that strand of naive conspiratorial anticapitalism, which is always ready to support foreign despots and other caudillos as long as they're anti-US, and see crooked nose 'Rothschild bankers' behind every downtick in their retirement portfolios.
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