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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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Texas Dog- Bacon wrapped hot dog topped with jalapeno relish on a Texas Toast bun
Like my prior two stops, seating at Hot Dog Annie's is an outside experience at picnic tables.
Lee, the Stewarts and subsequent owners have hired students from the high school to serve the hot dogs.
In opposition, the people of Vienna claim their city saw the invention of the hot dog (or "weinerwurst") before anyone else.
The summer grilling season is to hot dog fans what Christmas is to kids," says Riley.
In fact, the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council estimates that from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Americans typically consume seven billion hot dogs--that's 818 hot dogs consumed every second--a rate that begs the question of exactly how taste discriminating are hot dog consumers?
When Walsh woke, he knew he would open Cupid's Hot Dogs.
They probably were disappointed when they saw a hot dog trailer.
When was the last time you heard health experts urge people to eat more sausage, hot dogs, or bacon?
Rollover, a Hot Dog brand, is bringing about a Hot Dog revolution by launching its first ever ready-to-eat Hot Dog retail pack at Sainsbury's stores.
WREXHAM council has warned that certain hot dog cans could explode on opening and may lead to food poisoning.
Each second, Americans are gobbling down about 550 hot dogs, according to Nathan's hot dog makers in Brooklyn, N.