No-brainer

(redirected from No brainer)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms.

No-brainer

A market in which it does not take very complex analysis to figure out how securities are going to perform, such as a strong bull market.

No-Brainer

Informal; a market that is obviously making a certain movement. Generally speaking, this refers to a strong bull market or a strong bear market in which every investor is either making or losing a great deal of money. A no-brainer means that little analysis is required to know whether to buy or sell.
References in periodicals archive ?
No Brainer director and co-founder, Lee Cullen, said: "We've had a really strong start to 2018, and we're enjoying one of the most exciting periods of growth since we established No Brainer, back in April, 2015.
When we went to talk to some (agency representatives) about adoption, he said to me, 'We turn away children each month because they are mixed race and they can't find homes for them.' It was a no brainer," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
And Harrington (left, yesyerday), who won the Irish PGA on a links course before his two Open wins, said: "It's a no brainer to play here.
At the end of 1996, the-same union agreed to a slew of no brainer work rule changes - such as allowing wider rollers - that helped to kick off the current construction spree.
GREG CUNNINGHAM says his decision to join Nottingham Forest on loan was a "no brainer".
"It's a no brainer. He's 31, he's done everything in the game...it will actually help his international career.