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Tip

Information given by one trader to another, which is used in making buy or sell decisions but is not available to the general public.

Tip

1. Information on a security, company, or anything else provided by one investor or trader to another that is not available to the general public, that can produce significant profits if it proves to be accurate. See also: Inside information.

2. See: Gratuity.

tip

Information unavailable to the general public that, if accurate, could produce extraordinary profits for an investor who acts on it in a security transaction.
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The future of the Chicago Tribune -- as well as the New York Daily News, the Baltimore Sun, the Orlando Sentinel and other tronc papers -- remains in Ferro's hands for now.
Headquartered in Chicago, tronc operates newsrooms in nine markets with titles including the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel, South Florida's Sun-Sentinel, Newport News, Virginia's Daily Press, Allentown, Pennsylvania's The Morning Call, Hartford Courant, and The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Tronc extols the virtue an internalised supply chain with no pre-processed ingredients.
Les ornements en plumes, les arcs et les pointes de fleches en bois, les embarcations et les cabanes en troncs d'arbres, et tant d'autres elements du quotidien de ces cultures, disparaissent a cause des variations de chaleur et d'humidite, de l'action nocive des insectes et meme de l'acidite du sol.
Aux ateliers ferroviaires du Grand Tronc et du Canadien Pacifique, de meme que le long des quais du port, les membres des assemblees Dominion et Ville-Marie operent toutefois secretement pour echapper a la surveillance des contremaitres, de leurs superieurs et des mouchards (38).
Une image particulierement significative est celle de cette autre "femme africaine," silencieuse, fixee entre plusieurs troncs d'arbres.
INS: Ben Jeffries (Bradford Bulls), Paul Johnson (Warrington), Paul King (Hull FC), Michael Korkidas (Huddersfield), Daryl Millard (Canterbury Bulldogs), Glenn Morrison (Bradford Bulls), Terry Newton (Bradford Bulls), Shane Tronc (North Queensland Cowboys).
Ancel, "The Tronc Commun Doctrine: Logic and Experience in International Arbitration" (1990) 7 J.
Some of the biggest names in global pay-TV distribution are featured in the conference programme include Kim Williams, the CEO, Foxtel in Australia; Hiroyuki Nakatani of J:Com in Japan and Jean-Noel Tronc, the Chairman and CEO Europe's largest platform operator Canal Overseas.
L'arbre fossile possede un tronc nettement effile entoure dans sa partie inferieure d'un grand nombre de petioles senescents recourbes vers le bas, qui forment une jupe.
2) L'exposicio es basa en la metafora de l'arbre amb les seves parts (arrels, tronc, branques, rams, fulles, flors i fruits).