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  • n. Plural form of shakeout.

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Examples

  • Part of the base-building process involves volatility and shakeouts, which is why I never recommend buying stocks until they complete a sound base pattern.

    Abnormal Returns Now

  • These kind of shakeouts are pretty natural in the tech industry.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Benefiting from rapid shakeouts in supply chains, flexibility in operating capacity and the absence of any major debilitating aftershocks, parts of Japan's corporate sector have effectively sprinted since the March 11 quake and tsunami.

    Japan's Industry Set for Rebound

  • Of course, Indonesia's airlines have seen shakeouts before.

    Indonesia's Aviation Market Takes Off

  • Right now as therecent upheavals suggest the publishing industry is going through some “buggy whip” shakeouts.

    BOOK VIEW CAFE BLOG » The Way of the Buggy Whip

  • Before that he held executive positions at Australian wealth-management firm AMP Ltd. and helped navigate it through one of the most tumultuous shakeouts in Australian corporate history.

    AIA Taps a Finance Officer; IPO Next

  • We can still see (and feel) the effects of the recession's industrial shakeouts and corporate overhauls, even while they create conditions for future growth.

    The Good Recovery

  • At some point, survivors will distinguish themselves and at that point, just as with all businesses that have real shakeouts, prices will rise significantly.

    Newsroom economics « BuzzMachine

  • Fannie officials said the moves were designed to put people who have dealt with previous mortgage-industry shakeouts in the most vital jobs at a time when the worst housing slump in decades requires crisis-management skills.

    Fannie Names New Officers in Shake-Up

  • Market shakeouts have a way of exposing a business model's strengths and weaknesses.

    A Small Exchange Needing a Big Makeover

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