- v. present participle of short.
“While there are many polls-of-polls, for this exercise in "shorting" a candidate, we will look to InTrade. com.”
“Some of these funds buy stocks but also engage in shorting, or selling a borrowed stock in hopes that its pri ce will fall, allowing it to be purchased later at a lower price.”
“It stinks, half the shorting is probably naked and we small investors are being brutalized.”
“Naked shorting is shorting without locating borrowed stock.”
“The larger trend is down and this 2nd wave rally (whether to 12700ish or above 13000) will present the next longer term shorting opportunity.”
“By betting on failure rather than success -- known as "shorting" -- Paulson made nearly $1 billion in profit while Goldman's investors lost more than $1 billion, according to the lawsuit.”
“The firm advised "shorting" -- that is, betting on a price decline -- in markets for corporate junk bonds, European banks, the euro and British pound currencies, and U.S.”
“The firm advised "shorting" -- that is, betting on a price decline -- in markets for corporate junk bonds, European banks, the euro and British pound currencies, and U.S. municipal bonds.”
“In prepared testimony, Blankfein reiterated that his firm was simply trying to balance its mortgage investments and did not bet heavily against the housing market — known as shorting — or against the interests of its clients.”
“Top Goldman executives also denied that Goldman placed a large bet on the housing market's collapse - known as shorting the market - saying the company was only trying to offset the risk from its deep exposure to residential mortgages.”
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