Great call

Great call

Used in the context of general equities. Potential customer who may have an interest in participating in a particular trade if customer's past inquiry or activity is any indication.

Great Call

In general equities, a potential customer. A broker or firm may look at an investor's past buying and selling history and, believing that he/she may be interested in a particular trade, approach a great call. Alternately, a great call may make himself/herself known to the broker by inquiring about his/her desired type of trade.
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It was a great call by Kevin Walsh, who has an excellent coach beside him in Paddy Tally.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], Jan 27 (ANI): A day after dodgy pitch conditions forced officials to call off the third day of Johannesburg Test between India and South Africa, former match referee Mike Procter on Saturday admitted that it was a great call and hope that such situation doesn't happen again.
Welsh history "TEACH our kids more Welsh History", a great call by Cllr Owain Williams Myself - an English resident in Wales - can see Owain makes a good point.
It was such a great call to build it in the heart of town.
As the good and the great call for Sir Philip (presently cruising the Med) to be stripped of his title, could I suggest that, to maintain the balance of honours, a posthumous Damehood be given to my mother for her far worthier services to retail?
It was a great call by the race director as the conditions were great -- it was tight, challenging and fun.
It was a great call and a great play by him, no doubt.
BYO Wireless, Great Call and ReachOut Wireless are MVNOs of Verizon.
If the ref got that first goal right it's a great call.
BT Cloud Voice delivers great call quality and reliability and is a cost effective business solution.
In other words, you may have a great call center, but you should also have support available through the other channels, such as email, text, Facebook or Twitter.