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Unload

To sell securities, especially all the shares one owns. Unloading has a connotation of selling at a loss, especially in a bear market or following a bad investment decision. See also: Bull trap.

unload

To sell an investment, generally at a loss.
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By choosing to implement the Baggage Unloader and self bag drop, Vagar has shown that its focus is clearly on the future as passenger traffic increases for the Faroe Islands.
The primary user of the unloader is Anaconda Nickel Ltd, which imports sulphur for its nickel-cobalt project at Murrin Murrin in Western Australia's Eastern Goldfields, but the system will also be available for other bulk import customers.
Smaller quantities of materials may be handled at a paper bag dump station of the bulk bag unloader.
The unloader, which is electrically powered, has a portal gantry frame that runs on the jetty rails.
The loader and unloader open and a finished part drops into the box, shoot, or conveyor belt.
In 2009, PSR needed an unloader to discharge cement directly into trucks and train wagons at a city centre location.
Word of the parts unloader spread in the closely knit Greater Boston machine tool community Other shop managers who were turning shafts asked if CCG could build unloaders for them.
Siwertell will deliver a ST 940 DOB-type ship unloader on a turn-key basis.
Frequent changes of carbon blacks led engineers to design an interchangeable-frame system complete with unloader assembly.
At CeMAT 2008 in Hanover visitors saw Univeyor's new container unloader, the Empticon, demonstrated for the first time at any Show.
A manual roll unloader recently developed by Brampton Engineering Inc.
The "PID" has the capability to adjust the powder/liquid concentration by a factor of three, and is also capable of conveying powders with a wand from a bag dump station or bulk bag unloader without auxiliary equipment, eliminating lifting/dumping powders and the hazards of airborne particles.