Dead Money

Dead Money

Slang; an investment that results in no profit or in only mediocre profit.
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T-Mobile's stock "could pop after the deal closes but will likely be dead money for two years afterward as the combined company works through integration," Horan wrote.
While Amukamara is playing the best football of his career these days, he is 30 and will have a $9 million cap hit next year with just $1 million in dead money.
But he's now just a little too expensive and a little too old for clubs who, due to Financial Fair Play considerations, are increasingly wary of committing themselves to "dead money".
While there is upside to the revised $51 price target, Caiado says he is stepping to the sidelines with a view that the stock will be "dead money" until the tough second half revenue comps are lapped and a better 2020 setup comes into view.
No doubt Ashley thinks they are all mugs throwing dead money at a problem.
He added: "I am reluctant to keep throwing money at The Colosseum as it is effectively dead money and we have other projects which can benefit from investment."
Beckham would represent $16 million in dead money on New York's salary cap for the 2019 season if they were to trade him.
PICK of the DAY rent, as they both feel rent is dead money. The problem is Leaha has been out of work for the past six months, so there's no chance she can even rent a place, let alone buy.
Critique: An original, compelling and deftly crafted mystery from cover to cover, "Dead Money" showcases author Dan Gilvezan's genuine mastery of the genre.
This is the reason Microsoft trades at 24 times earnings with its shares on fire while Oracle has been dead money at 16 times forward earnings.
The result (aided by the expiration of other dead money) is a payroll that will dip below $200 million and the luxury tax threshold for the first time since Guggenheim Partners bought the team in 2012.