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- n. A form of arbitrage in which money is borrowed at an interest rate of 0% and invested elsewhere to make a profit until the borrowing period ends.
Apparently coined in 2004 from Stooz, nickname of a contributor to Motley Fool Internet message boards, and -ing. (Wiktionary)
We made use of cash ISAs, moved money around to get better interest rates and I also got seriously into stoozing, becoming a bit of credit card expert in the process.