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- Possessing money; rich.
- For an option, having a strike price which makes it profitable to exercise. For a call this is a strike below the market price, or for a put a strike above the market price.
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To resolve his perplexity, he made a pilgrimage to the Rebbe of Kopistch, who advised him to open a store in Polotzk, and gave him a blessed groschen to keep in the money drawer for good luck.
Everything goes on as usual, the planting, the negroes, all just the same; & a great Empire tumbling to pieces about us; and a great pressure in the money market in all parts of the country; westrange to say; were never so easy, and I
Edward McPherson writes to his father that he plans to profit from the recent "panic in the money market" by buying shares of Reading Railroad while the price remains low.
It was producing a new race of mankind, over-conscious in the money and social and political side, on the spontaneous, intuitive side dead, but dead.