Business / Taxes / Loser: Stocks whose market prices drop the most during the trading day are described, rather bluntly, as losers. The stocks that lose the most value relative to their opening price are called percentage losers, and the stocks that lose the greatest number of points are called net losers or dollar losers. Each trading day, the number of losers is compared to the number of gainers, or stocks that have risen in value, to gauge the mood of the market. If there are more losers than gainers over a period of days, the market as a whole is in a slump.
Loser Verb Synonyms: also-ran, misfit, failure, fiasco, non-starter, flop, dud, washout, bummer, lead balloon, lemon, born loser, damp squib, no-hoper, clinker, nebbish, schlemiel or schlemihl or shlemiel, schlimazel or shlimazel or shlimazl
Entertainment / Baseball / Closer: Relief pitcher who specialises in pitching the last few outs of a game. General used to hold a lead in the late innings of a game. MORE
Entertainment / Tennis / Lucky Loser: The highest ranked player to lose in the final round of qualifying but still gain acceptance into the main draw of a tournament due to a main draw player withdrawing MORE