Big picture

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Big picture

To highlight trading interest due to the size of the trade.

Big Picture

1. An informal term for long-term investing.

2. A large trade that increases investor interest in a security.
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10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Big Picture Media Solutions today announced that Liz Longo has been named Media Analyst.
It was like taking the big picture of geology and making it even bigger - look at a whole planet, rather than one system.
Ultimately, we were surprised that many Chinese dealers still exclusively use paper and pencil to carry out the sales process," said BIG PICTURE GmbH CEO Maximilian Vogel.
In addition, the new Learn Big education-specific projectors come with an industry-leading 3-year product warranty, 1-year lamp warranty and 5-year image guarantee backed by DLP[R] technology to ensure that students enjoy the big picture experience for years to come.
Cordell joins Big Picture from Chemistry Communications (formerly GBL), where she spent nearly 8 years as a media buyer, media supervisor, and associate media director on national, regional, and local accounts.
James brings over 17 years of agency experience in account services to Big Picture Communications.
5 million projectors sold, in a category that is expected to grow to $10 billion in revenue and more than 9 million units in 2007, we believe our product contributions set the standard for what a big picture experience should be like.
Rick brings to Big Picture Communications over 25 years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer.
The big picture is the Santa Clarita Valley has an enormous need that doesn't end at the city's borders.
InFocus, the big picture solution provider that magnifies the impact of immersive audio-visual experiences, today launched an initiative to focus all development solely on Digital Light Processing (DLP(R)) technology from Texas Instruments(R).
Formerly known as Share the Vision, the series has been renamed ``The Big Picture,'' and will incorporate new techniques to gather information from the public.
But the big picture also involves the replacement of most lighting with slimmer, flexible organic alternatives with lower costs and better environmental credentials.