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Bottom

Refers to the base support level for market prices of any type. Also used in the context of securities to refer to the lowest market price of a security during a specific time-frame.

Market Bottom

The lowest level of support in price for a security, index, or market over a given time frame. The security, index, or market is highly unlikely to go below the bottom; if it does so, it may cause panic selling. During a prolonged bear market, when a market is dropping more or less continuously for a long time, investors often question when the market will find bottom, which means that they wish to know when the market will begin to rise again, or at least stabilize.

bottom

The lowest price to which a stock, market index, or another asset will sink. Compare top.
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For the past four years at Motorola, Bottie has led a division of Motorola in the North America Enterprise and Canadian markets, directing all sales, field engineering and system integration personnel.
BOTTOM LINE: Kylie's bottie has made her a top tottie but she's gone demure for her new single
The Motorola/FieldTech alliance enhances Motorola's position as a preferred provider of total integrated wireless communications solutions to the utility market," said Mary Bottie, vice president and general manager, Motorola's Special Markets Division.
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The Galacticos of Real Madrid are having their botties spanked by city rivals Atletico Madrid, and the reigning World Player of the Year is not taking the crushing 4-0 defeat magnanimously.
Simon Cowell's enthusiastic foray into fatherhood apparently doesn't extend to the cleaning of botties.
Honestly, I know it's reality telly and therefore a mendacious bagatelle of scripted set-pieces and editing suite-concocted conflict, but surely people this bluff, crass and generally up their own botties don't actually exist in the real world, do they?
I think the only problem we had in 1947 was a shortage of coal, hence the introduction of sea coal, which I can recall using my sledge like many others to gratefully secure from Botties on West Street.