Jigged Out

Jigged Out

Slang; describing a situation in which one opens a position, followed by a brief turnaround in the market prompting one to close the position at a loss, and finally a return to normalcy. In other words, one is jigged out when one is scared of a loss when one would have in fact made a gain.
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