Farther Out; Farther In
Business / Finance / Farther Out; Farther In: Used in the context of option or futures to refer to the trading month of the contract that is farthest away. Antithesis of nearest month.
Business / Internet Marketing / Outbound Link: A link to a site outside of your site. MORE
Science / Geology / Outgassing: The release of juvenile gases and water to the surface from a magma source. MORE
Business / Finance / Out-Of-Favor Industry Or Stock: An unpopular industry or stock that usually has a low price-earnings ratio. MORE
Business / Finance / Out Of Print: Not open on the print. See: Clean. MORE
Entertainment / Baseball / Out In Order: Retiring the first 3 batters in an inning. MORE
Business / Finance / Out Of Line: A stock price that is too high or too low in comparison with similar-quality stocks in the same industry, according to its price/earnings ratio. MORE