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Hot Stock

1. See: Hot Issue.

2. A stock that rises significantly in a short period of time. This occurs when buyers greatly outnumber sellers.

hot stock

A stock that has large price movements on very heavy volume. Hot stocks often run in cycles depending on the investing public's interest in particular industries or particular concepts. Hot stocks are usually quite risky and are suitable for speculators involved in short-term trading.
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Sinking to the bottom of the hot stocks list this afternoon is Carnival (NYSE:CCL).
El Paso (NYSE:EP) sits atop our hot stocks list this afternoon with a gain greater than 11 percent.
Given the jump in crude prices, I have left all energy-related companies out of today's edition of Hot Stocks.
Leggett & Platt (NYSE:LEG) occupies the second spot on our Hot Stocks list this afternoon.
E[acute accent]Schaeffer's S&P 500 Index Hot Stocks for Thursday, April 20, 2006:
E[acute accent]Today, we welcome an old face to the top of the Hot Stocks list, General Motors (NYSE:GM).
As I start this edition of Hot Stocks, news is being released that the possibility of hiking interest rates too much was on the minds of members at the March 28th meeting.
By the way, the AutoZone (AZO) April 95 call (AZO DS) that I played yesterday in Hot Stocks is currently up 13.
Schaeffer's S&P 500 Index Hot Stocks for Wednesday, April 5, 2006: Boot Camp Good News for Apple (AAPL)
CINCINNATI -- Among the stocks featured in the March 31 edition of Schaeffer's S&P 500 Index Hot Stocks are T.
CINCINNATI -- Among the stocks featured in the March 30 edition of Schaeffer's S&P 500 Index Hot Stocks are Phelps Dodge (NYSE:PD), Hercules (NYSE:HPC), Bank of New York (NYSE:BK), Whirlpool (NYSE:WHR), and General Motors (NYSE:GM).