table-pounding buy
 n.— «Like Mr. Fosback, the firm’s analysts found that the stock market typically hit bottom six months after a recession began, and that at such times the stock market was a “table-pounding buy.”» —“An Alarm Is Blaring: Time to Buy” by Mark Hulbert New York Times May 18, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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