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Used in the context of general equities. Active, usually with positive price implications.

Hot

Informal; describing an active security. That is, a hot security is one that is traded frequently.
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pdf) FAA's handbook on hot air balloon usage is available online; one of the first pages noted that "constant perception of relative position to ground-base structures" was a basic requirement to fly a hot air balloon.
1, but state permitters, insurers and balloonists say they haven't heard of anyone planning to hunt hogs from hot air balloons.
Emery, a former British Airways general manager, and Sung Kee Paik, a South Korean balloon pilot, were commissioned in 1994 by former Tourism Secretary Mina Gabor to organize the hot air balloon festival at the parade grounds here.
They also claim a "spectacular Glow Night" on the Saturday evening, where all the hot air balloons light up in a musical display.
They also prtomise a "spectacular Glow Night" on the Saturday evening, where all the hot air balloons light up in a choreographed musical display.
COLOURFUL balloons of all shapes and sizes scattered across the skyline of southwest England as 103 hot air balloons took part in a mass launch.
Sharjah: Sharjah Police are investigating a hot air balloon accident that happened on Friday and left three tourists injured, Gulf News has learnt.
The twelfth studio album of wildly popular, family-friendly band Recess Monkey, Hot Air is available both digitally and as a two-disc combo pack; one disc is a CD showcasing 14 new and original songs, while the other is animated storytelling DVD that weaves the songs together into a magical journey.
A FESTIVAL will see an array of hot air balloons take to the Teesside sky.
But our most exciting technological investment in 2013 was on the production end--Closet America purchased and put into production the first hot air edgebander in the United States.
Occupation: Hot air balloon pilot, ski instructor, and project manager for a company that installs furniture and equipment in hotels.
High-tech hot air edgebanding was shown last year at international woodworking shows, including the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas.