“Real” definitions of stock market jargons
April 4, 2007
So you aced the stock market vocabulary quiz, huh?
Are you sure you know what stock market jargons and terminologies really mean?
Read on to see how Ron Nathan of Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Mr. BearBull column put a different spin on some stock market-related terminologies.
Warning: Brain processing not required. Laugh when the need arises.
What Stock Market jargons really mean
Market correction : The day after you buy stocks
Momentum investing : Buying high and selling low
Value investing : Buying low and selling lower
Bull market : A random movement causing an investor to mistake himself for a financial genius
Bear market : A six- to 18-month period when the kids get no allowance, the wife gets no jewelry and the husband gets no sex
Standard and Poor : Your life in a nutshell
Stock split : When your ex-wife and lawyer split all your assets between them
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