On the take


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On the take

Used in the context of general equities. Price moving upward, because more buyers are taking offerings, causing offerings to vanish and be replaced by higher ones. Antithesis of come in, get hit.

On the Take

1. Describing a situation in which a stock price moves upward because more potential buyers are taking offers. The offers are then replaced by higher offers.

2. Describing a person who accepts bribes or other forms of illegal or unethical monetary transfers.