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Yo-yo stock

A highly volatile stock that moves up and down like a yo-yo.

Yo-Yo Stock

Informal; a stock that moves upwards and downward in price frequently and with little pattern. Yo-yo stocks are highly volatile and, as such, can be very risky.
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Matt has just been named UK yo-yo champion for his impressive set of skills.
The yo-yo has been a central figure in my life," said the 2008 graduate of Millbury Memorial Junior-Senior High School, "and I never would have expected it.
Best of all, Krossing's descriptions of yo-yo tricks are vivid and tangible enough to make some readers reach for a yo-yo of their own.
Advanced-level yo-yos are made of steel and designed for high performance, longer spin times, and amazing tricks.
The new world record for the highest number of simultaneous spinning yo-yos comes as retailers predict 2010 to be the toy's year of comeback, reports the Telegraph.
I had a Tamagotchi when I was younger, and I used to play with yo-yos a lot.
There also will be a yo-yo contest, for which virtuosos come all the way from Arizona and San Francisco to battle it out against the best local talent.
Now I am not against yo-yos and certainly not against reading books, but neither am I in favour of banning television completely for children aged five and under.
With the help of high-tech yo-yos designed to work with the laws of physics, Sterling--Washington State s yo-yo champion--and a new generation of yo-yoers are turning an ancient game into an extreme sport.
For many riders, a dumb elevator would lead to excessive wait times as the car yo-yos from one floor to another, dropping off passengers in the sequence the floor buttons were pushed.
Yes, I am a "fabricholic" but have learned in my recent experience with making yo-yos that I have quite a way to go to be considered a true "quilter.
As Durant has shown, the problem stems from the artist's own inherently fractured self-image: Rejecting one's (typically) middle-class roots, he or she yo-yos between the upper-and lowermost tiers of society.