Big picture


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Big picture

To highlight trading interest due to the size of the trade.

Big Picture

1. An informal term for long-term investing.

2. A large trade that increases investor interest in a security.
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Hosted by communications group SCOTLAND: The Big Picture at the University of Stirling's Macrobert Arts Centre on 21 September, the event will examine why rewilding - the repair and restoration of nature - matters.
Director of communications group SCOTLAND:The Big Picture,Peter Cairns, said:"Scotland is blessed with awe-inspiring landscapes, but huge areas have become ecologically depleted.
Well, upon further review, it turns out that Big Picture submitted its bid through an RFP process, and it scored 4th out of 6 applicants.
Big Picture Loans and Ascension previously moved to dismiss this action based on lack of jurisdiction.
I possess the right to have that view, without being called an idiot or being told I do not understand the big picture. I believe I appreciate the big picture, and I try to put it in some historical perspective.
Those participants prompted to think big picture were more likely to choose to maximize total value for the group, whether it benefited them the most or not.
It launched its "Big Picture of Innovation" series in summer 2016, starting a collaboration with Kim Jung-gi, known for genius sketches.
"The Big Picture" will be a news program, while "Virtually Mike and Nora" will be a comedy show starring Mike O'Brien and Nora Kirkpatrick.
Barry Gilligan, a director of Big Picture Developments Limited and former Policing Board member, told auditors no improper contacts were made by him with any NIHE official, including Mr McCaughley.
"There Is Still Time: To Look at the Big Picture ...
Big Picture Science is a weekly one-hour radio programme and podcast produced at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute's radio studio based in Mountain View, California.