- Tibetan མོག་མོག་ (mog mog), from Mandarin 馍馍 (mómo) (reference: Jīn Péng 金鹏 (ed.): Zàngyǔ jiǎnzhì 藏语简志. Mínzú chūbǎnshè 民族出版社, Beijing 1983, p. 31.) (Wiktionary)
“The unique tamales called poche consist of pork or other meat mixed with rice and wrapped in momo or hierba santa leaves.”
“The Five Minute Momo Trade looks for a momentum or "momo" burst on very short-term”
“I always like to keep an eye on the leadership stocks, i.e. the "momo" favorites of the institutional fast money.”
“An interesting day Thursday - a lot of the go to 'momo' plays are doing little or reversing while there is a rotation into some laggard groups - most notably financials and housing.”
“You'd think it was a Chinese small cap stock (which are the current speculation of choice among the "momo" crowd).”
“It is quite interesting to see so many of the "momo" names that levered hedge funds were piling into - the Apples (”
“Adam: "I'm in the DC area and have never had much trouble with making or receiving calls, ..." momo: "W0W on a tethered phone?”
“And they all eat Pierogis, emPanadas, momo, jiaozi (Potstickers) and Hot Pockets.”
“You simply cannot erase the foodie-luring stench of a place that has the momo fuk u name on it.”
“RE: “You simply cannot erase the foodie-luring stench of a place that has the momo fuk u name on it.””
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