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- n. Plural form of trade.
- n. Steady winds blowing from east to west above and below the equator.
- n. A publication intended for participants in an industry or related group of industries.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trade.
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Meanwhile, CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton told us over the weekend: Looking at the trades is and was not as straightforward as some have suggested.
Based on my experience, the psychology of the market works best for short term trades but the fundamentals of a stock always come out on top.
The mention of venison brings to mind Tudor hunting parties - and the vagueness of this label trades on that.
And as I mentioned before, contrary to jejune-libertarian philosophy that government regulations are the root of all evil, segregation existed in trades, services, and jurisdictions where it was not required bylaw.
Unfortunately, Jim Crow existed in trades, services, and jurisdictions beyond those required by law.
Andrew J. Lazarus: Unfortunately, Jim Crow existed in trades, services, and jurisdictions beyond those required by law.
One catalyst for such trades is an investor's view for tax rates next year.
What distinguishes a merchant from other trades, is that he makes his livelihood from the profit of exchanging of goods none of which he has produced or contributed toward producing; yet according to Smith, exchanges are made of equal value for equal value, hence according to his own laws, not only is every man not a merchant, but merchants cannot exist.
Each day of May [Dave will] pick someone to receive a free comic, taken from [his] personal collection: duplicates, things [he has] in trades, and other stuff.
Bob Corker Sen. Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican, earned more than $1 million on dozens of short-term trades in a real estate investment trust—but would have doubled that total had he simply bought and held, according to an analysis of his disclosure form.
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