Down market

Down market

The period of time after a market top during which a security's price trends downwards.
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It chanced one day, as he was strolling down Market Street on the eve of his fortnight's holiday, that his eye was caught by certain railway bills, and in very idleness of mind he calculated that he might be home for Christmas if he started on the morrow.
They, in the auto, were coming down Market with the intention of negotiating the sharp apex and going up Geary.
A big coal waggon, loaded with lump coal and drawn by four huge horses, just debouching from Kearny Street as though to turn down Market, blocked their way.
One day soon after we had come to this city I was walking down Market street late in the afternoon, when I was accosted by a well-dressed man of middle age, who after greeting me cordially said: "Stevens, I know, of course, that you do not go out much, but I have told my wife about you, and she would be glad to see you at the house.
Buyers have an edge in a down market as when sales transactions are slow, the market is full of properties for sale at a lower price.
Consequently a fund that underperforms in a down market will have lower net flows than a closet indexer.
Timetable: 1pm Parade start Route: Parade start: Huddersfield Irish Centre Down Fitzwilliam Street Right along John William Street Along New Street Right up Cloth Hall Street Right down Market Street Left up Westgate Left along Castlegate Left down Market Street Along Railway Street Left along John William Street Left up Fitzwilliam Street Parade finish: Huddersfield Irish Centre Finish: 2.
Because of the cost-efficient distribution structure," Rahman says, "cash flow and risks are much less in the down market, allowing the company to generate cash liquidity at a faster pace.
3) Probably the most attractive reason to consider indexed life in a down market is the potential indexed interest the policy could credit the following year.
The green home-building market is poised to double in the next five years, and even in a down market, "going green" is making inroads, according to the findings of the latest research from McGraw-Hill Construction, a part of The McGraw-Hill Companies.
SAS and Lufthansa played down market speculation of merger talks on Tuesday, speculation which sent SAS shares up more than 5 percent.
3 percent, but the real advantage, Comisky reported, is reducing overall risk and protecting the investments in a down market.