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  • proper noun The god of wealth in Ancient Greek religion and myth.

Etymologies

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Ancient Greek Πλοῦτος ("wealth")

Examples

  • Stock Strategies offers free access to the Ploutos Plan indicator

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  • The Ploutos Plan predicted the major slide on the stock market last year, a week before it happened, and recently it has warned users against the many ‘false dawns’ before more alarming plummets in the stock market.

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  • However, while the Ploutos Plan is open to all, to benefit from it requires regular access to market data and careful analysis.

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  • This is, in fact, just what the Ploutos market timing indicator offers.

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  • Developed by Stock Strategies as a component of its Ploutos mechanical investment system, it has consistently given a forewarning of significant market slides.

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  • Pluto gives wealth (Ploutos), and his name means the giver of wealth, which comes out of the earth beneath.

    The CRATYLUS

  • Pluto gives wealth (Ploutos), and his name means the giver of wealth, which comes out of the earth beneath.

    Cratylus

  • Ploutos] and [Greek: Nephelai] of Aristophanes, finished on Mar. 15th,

    Autobiography

  • Ploutos) he would accompany the pious fathers when, in the later Hindu theologic construction, they were transported to heaven; and if the first ancestor occupied a distinguished place among the dead, [1286] he might be fused with the divine head into a sort of unity, and the result might be such a complex figure as Yama appears to be.

    Introduction to the History of Religions Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume IV

  • Hence, the presence of priest as well as archon at the ensuing banquet] [Footnote 37: The failure here alluded to is his Ploutos or Plutus -- an inoffensive but tame comedy written when Aristophanes was advanced in years, and of which the ill-success has been imputed to this fact.

    A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)

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