Stock Idea

Stock Idea

A slang term for news about a stock that merits further study for analysis. That is, a stock idea may help an investor decide whether to buy or sell a stock.
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The analyst keeps an Overweight rating on Lowe's and continues to identify it as a top 2018 stock idea.
Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) has been sent details of the London Underground rolling stock idea by Vivarail, the small company which has bought up scores of surplus coaches and started converting them from electric to diesel power.
India's largest, oldest bank EPS growth will be goosed by falling NPL provisions, making its risk reward calculus the compelling bank stock idea for me in Asia.
In a speech following his election victory, Labour's Sir Albert Bore, the new council leader, re-affirmed his pledge to ditch the rolling stock idea and turn the Washwood Heath site into a centre for the low carbon motor industry or similar high-technology businesses, to be known as the "Heartlands Park Business Hub".
It won't make you feel like Gordon Gekko shouting "Buy" on a hot stock idea. But it will give you a share of the market's returns in the safest way.
He amassed an enormous fortune on this simple premise--if you can't explain a stock idea to a 6-year-old, move on.
It is a stock idea (English cultural life is riddled with such affairs and their often grisly consequences), and after the suicide sequence at the end you are left with the Peggy Lee-ish feeling of "is that all there is?" The narrative is tritely episodic within an uncomfortably voyeuristic frame, as though Maybury had never quite sorted out his own obsessions from those of Bacon and his entourage.
But for all his admirable altruism, Mr Ruffer appeared to fit the stock idea of the philanthropist as a well-heeled individual acting on a whim.
As a result, creative financial types at Disney, or more likely its investment banker Goldman Sachs, came up with the tracking stock idea.
"Later, Vivek and I discussed stock ideas very regularly and got along very well over the course of the next several years," he noted.
"Going forward, we remain constructive on stock ideas in our portfolio which will benefit from competitive strengths and tailwinds from the government push to improve rural incomes," Ashwin Patni, Fund Manager, Axis Asset Management, said in a note.
The report provided feedback by country as well as key pushback to stock ideas provided by HSBC Global Research.