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Walk away

To take and maintain a position in a stock after going to the floor to consummate a trade. Antithesis of trade me out, buy them back.

Walk Away

Describing a lease where the lessee must return the asset at the end of the lease's term. A walk away lease gives a great deal of flexibility to the lessee because the costs are all known in advance; likewise, the lessee does not need to predict the fair market value of the asset because he/she will not possess it. The lessor carries all risk. A walk away lease is most common with car loans. It is also called a closed-end lease.
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homeowners who believe "it is morally wrong to walk away from a house when one can afford to pay the monthly mortgage," according to Moral and Social Constraints to Strategic Defaults on Mortgages, a University of Chicago and Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University study.
I will not walk away from this job because things have started to get tough over the last few days.
One Thousand lucky winners will walk away with tickets to watch Egyptian superstar and Coca-Cola brand ambassador Tamer Hosni, live in, announced the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in JordanAs part of the annual Coca-Cola summer promotion and from June 14 to July 24, a purchase of any Coca-Cola company product might find a lucky winner walk away with either one of the coveted tickets or other exciting prizes.
16 on Sherman Way in Reseda when they decided not to close their eyes and walk away.
This implies that each year since 1997, the likelihood that an offender would walk away from a halfway house decreased by approximately 8.
The format and structure of mortgages in the past decade combined with the impact of the Internet on the documentation and closing process will make it a whole lot easier for say, distress owners to walk away from a property, and in terms of the lender or mortgage holder activating their turnaround course.
Then Isabela began to walk away, but not before turning to say, "I was wrong about you.
Experienced business and executive consultant Phil Baker presents the "Seven A's of Persuasion" (Announce, Arouse, Align, Affirm, Assure, Assist, Adjouorn) and "Seven New Laws of Job Negotiating" (Old Law: The strongest negotiation tool is the ability to walk away from the table.
Both the 40-year-old and his passenger, nephew Shane, 22, were able to walk away from the scene, despite massive damage to the high-performance car.
Some banks, however, are training tellers to use their discretion: if the note-passer doesn't seem to be carrying a weapon or to pose a threat, the teller can simply choose to walk away from the window.