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Business Buzzwords: A Rounding Bottom

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Traders like the rounding bottom in ......... stock pattern because it can be an indication of a positive market reversal, meaning expectations are gradually shifting from bearish to bullish.


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Given the very limited number of buyers for such a large block, Gates would be in a weak bargaining position; he might have to sell the stock diffusely in the market or accept a ......... price for the block, but in either scenario, he would not achieve full value for his block of shares.


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Less than a year ago, Gary B. Pruitt, the head of the McClatchy Company, was hailed as the ......... knight of newspapers; while others saw the industry headed for the dinosaur graveyard, Mr. Pruitt rode in to buy the Knight Ridder papers, or some of them anyway.


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The American democracy has been stolen by a new class of ......... barons, the CEOs of our big corporations: a political system dependent on charity from rich men in hand-tailored suits with $100 million retirement packages is no democracy; it is a kleptocracy and is not what our founding fathers envisioned.


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When starting for the first time, should you invest all your money at once, or ......... feed it into your portfolio? — one study shows that anyone investing a lump sum in one go would have done better up till now than someone making regular staged payments because the capital would have had longer to grow.


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As suggested by Michaely and Womack (1999), analysts may commit to provide a ......... shot by increasing the strength of their recommendation in the face of an unfavorable market response to the IPO.


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Government regulations prevent tips from ........., like corporate executives and board members, for the purpose of profiting off virtually guaranteed changes in a stock's price once the news hits the street; anyone with decent insider information is prevented from profiting from it on the open market.


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In the early 1990s, Anglamark was the first organic alternative in all food categories, covering 80% of products, and this gave Coop a ......... advantage, but not for very long — because some competitors complied with the minimum environmental requirements only, they were soon able to offer products at lower prices.


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......... spread is a position consisting of a combination of put options and call options that collectively create commissions so high that it is almost impossible to turn a profit regardless of which direction the underlier moves; the term originates from the idea of the spread 'eating the investor alive'.


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