Dead Money

Dead Money

Slang; an investment that results in no profit or in only mediocre profit.
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It was dead money in 2013-16 as it began its transition, as Microsoft was dead money in 2010-2013.
Waun added that Emerson has quantified the losses in each industrial sector, and based on that it has begun to work "so that customers identify those losses [in their plants] and apply solutions to recover that money, which some call dead money.
6 million in dead money on the cap whether he's on or off the roster.
New business models will emerge to enable people to get those services without the need for a bank or a traditional intermediary, and that's a very good thing, because right now there are trillions of dollars that are basically dead money, in the markets of the developing world, that don't really circulate through the economy.
To say that precious metals have been dead money is an understatement.
Renting a yard is dead money and Revida Place is the same capacity as Linden Lodge so it was an opportunity that made financial sense and we were lucky enough to be able to buy it.
Unlike the dead money, a recreational player can be dangerous.
We suspect that many investors will choose to lose money "comfortably"--that is, accept the dead money proposition of investment-grade debt over the next five years or so.
The implication of the dead money argument is that family firms survive but are prone to stagnation as they cross generations within certain inheritance law regimes and legal codes.
12 (480m Handicap): Dead Money (9), Lil Iris (7), Till Riddles (4), Best Goods (4), Erris Kid (Scr), Dromtrasna Dream (Scr).
The $80 billion dollar debt we ve inherited and the $4 billion a year dead money interest bill it generates must be addressed, and we re talking to all Queenslanders about the Strong Choices ahead to secure the economic future of the state.