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Hot

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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22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon, one of the most recognized real estate logos, is commemorating its 35th anniversary this month with celebratory balloon flights around the world.
The RE/MAX balloon debuted at about the same time RE/MAX was founded in northern Illinois, and the region now has a fleet of two hot air balloons and several inflatable cold air balloons, including one that is a replica of the RE/MAX Soaring Home hot air balloon, a favorite with children.
However, not only foils are shrink-wrapped with hot air blowers, but also a multitude of other products, for example bottle caps, battery packs etc.
What's the greatest part of being a hot air balloon pilot?
Homag, Biesse, Hebrockand Felder were among the companies that introduced hot air edgebanding at LIGNA.
As the sheet enters the TAD hood area, hot air at slight pressure is blown on the sheet.
Trace a hot air balloon template on a sheet of paper.
Hot air bubbles up from the heart of a city, creating a low-pressure cell that sucks in cold air from its perimeter, he says.
I think the heat wave was caused by the huge amounts of hot air spewing from the national mall when the Promise Creepers stood in their GAP shirts for the Million White Man Mingle.
America is awash in talk," writes Kurtz at the opening of Hot Air.
Hot-air balloons can float because the hot air inside them is lighter than the air around them.
On a hot midsummer's afternoon, they are lifted to their full extent (they can be raised by up to a metre), causing the hot air which collects under the undulating soffits of the offices to be drawn up the stair cylinders and expelled.