On the money

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On the money

Used in the context of general equities. In-line, or at the same price, as the last sale.

On the Money

In equities, a term describing an ask price equal to the price of the previous sale of a security. For example, if one buys a security at $35 per share, and re-sells it at the same price, such a sale is considered to be "on the money." Obviously, no profit or loss results from on the money sales.
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We won't change too much, but look to be more disciplined and on-the-money for 80 minutes.
Keep the Lions going forward with on-the-money box kicking which enables the chasers to pin the All Blacks in their own half.
Thousands of people headed to the three day event in North Yorkshire, a half-hour drive on the A19 southbound from Teesside, for one of the most on-the-money festivals on the calendar and a real asset to the region.
Four months later, they were Mercury Prize winners - showing just how on-the-money the Scots award is.
If the opposition puts a smart passing move together or comes up with an on-the-money cut-out pass to put a winger in, that's fair enough.
Judging by his attempts this week in a blog, in which he suggested that Wayne Rooney has played too much football and might be reaching his peak, Scholes (above) may be just as on-the-money as a pundit.
Plot, characterisation and pacing are on-the-money as Owen plays with expectations, taking the action one way, only to undercut it and take it in another direction.
Bellamy figured in a goalless stalemate at Norwich, conjured up Steven Caulker's derby winner against Swansea with an on-the-money corner and played 82 minutes of City's 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa on November 9.
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Staying informed about the Supreme Court isn't an academic exercise: It's a smart use of your resources that will keep your advice on-the-money and your organization a step ahead.
Randolph made some terrific, on-the-money passes in last week's win at Northeastern in the rain.
and on-the-money cutting by vets Andrija Zafranovic and Jurij Moskon lead the good-looking production package.