High Price

Business / Finance / High Price: High-priced and highly speculative stock that moves up and down sharply over a short period. Generally glamorous in nature due to the capital gains potential associated with them; also used to describe any high-priced stock. Antithesis of sleeper.

Other Words for High

High Adjective Synonyms: tall, lofty, elevated, towering
High Noun Synonyms: anticyclone
High Adverb Synonyms: intoxication, altered consciousness
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Other Words for Price

Price Noun Synonyms: charge, cost, expense, expenditure, outlay, payment, amount, figure, fee, quotation, appraisal, value, valuation, evaluation, worth
Price Verb Synonyms: sacrifice, toll, penalty, cost, consequence
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Low Price-Earnings Ratio Effect

Business / Finance / Low Price-Earnings Ratio Effect: The tendency of portfolios of stocks with a low price-earnings ratio to outperform portfolios of stocks with high price-earnings ratios. MORE

Price Support

Business / Agriculture / Price Support: Programs operated by USDA that are intended to raise farm prices when supply exceeds demand and prices are unacceptably low. Support usually is achieved through nonrecourse loans, payments, and purcha MORE

Offering Price

Business / Taxes / Offering Price: A security's offering price is the price at which it is taken to market at the time of issue. It may also be called the public offering price. For example, when a stock goes public in an initial publi MORE

Northern Europe (NE) Cotton Price

Business / Agriculture / Northern Europe (NE) Cotton Price: An average of the five lowest prices of several internationally-traded cottons (including cost, insurance, and freight) quoted for delivery in Northern Europe. The NE price is used by USDA in its form MORE

Opening Price

Business / Finance / Opening Price: The range of prices at which the first bids and offers are made or the first transactions are completed on an exchange. MORE

Option Price

Business / Finance / Option Price: Also called the option premium; the price the buyer of the options contract pays for the right to buy or sell a security at a specified price in the future. MORE

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