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money good

money good  adj.— «Although many of the assets and issuers backing these securities are solid, or “money good” in Wall Street parlance, the mechanics of the auction-rate securities market as well as the continuing credit squeeze give...

hair

hair  n.— «On the surface, Exxon Mobil’s…most recent record quarter may seem like a thing of beauty. But Cramer dug deep into the earnings to find what Wall Street refers to as “hair”—one-time items that make a quarter...

winback

winback  n.— «I mentioned 3-HD and winback’s. We are offering a competitive package to customers that left us to go to a competitor and we are winning back customers with competitive pricing and features. And so, we’re particularly pleased...

Gripple

Gripple  n.—Gloss: a Wall Street term for Google, Research in Motion, and Apple together. «Gripple is Wall Street argot for Google, Research in Motion and Apple. The concept is they are really one stock, interchangeable as to valuation and...

tenbagger

tenbagger  n.— «In his best-selling book from 1989, “One Up on Wall Street,” there’s even a chapter entitled “Stalking the Tenbagger.” That’s the kind of stock that goes up tenfold.» —“The Store Is Jumpin’. The Stock Isn’t...

break the buck

break the buck  v. phr.— «He thinks it’s unlikely the companies running money market funds would allow them to “break the buck,” as it’s known in Wall Street parlance even if the funds lost money on SIV-related investments. The...