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Broker/analyst recommendation that could mean slightly different things depending on the broker/analyst. In general, it means to increase the number of shares of a particular security over the near term, but not to liquidate other parts of the portfolio to buy a security that might skyrocket. A buy recommendation, but not an urgent buy.


1. The gradual purchase of a single security over a long period of time as opposed to a single purchase all at once. This is done to avoid causing fluctuations in price. See also: Distribution, Accumulation Area.

2. See: Market Outperform.


To purchase a relatively large amount of stock in a firm during a given period. Compare distribute.
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While the three-way comparison does not present totally unambiguous evidence that either Q1 or Q2 is wholly closer to the French source, accumulatively the borrowings suggest that revision is the simplest explanation for the findings regarding the relationship between the quartos.
If one-shot reading of a manipulated news story can induce PLWHA-related attitudes different from those generated by reading other manipulated news stories, it implies that long-term news representations of the HIV/AIDS-related issues may have cultivated much stronger attitudes supporting or opposing PLWHA's rights, depending on how the issues were accumulatively framed.
This year KWN is celebrating its 21st anniversary, and since the program began in 1989, more than 130,000 children have participated accumulatively, with around 10,000 children participating this year.
Accumulatively, total wheat requirement of wheat is 26.
The figures showed that the morphology of HT was in the form of sheets and took on the layers accumulatively.
The accumulatively sequential method of the Letters, which was disrupted in 'Beyond the Pale', is utilized again in 'On the City Wall', though in a more sophisticated way.
Next, the precision and recall are calculated accumulatively from the first document to the last document.
It was hard work because fetal alcohol kids don't learn accumulatively, so every day is like a new day," explained Mary.
Sole distributor of LG Air Conditioners, is the biggest partner for LG's business in the world and targeting to sell accumulatively US$ 1.
13) The status of adolescents' smoking was defined as follows: (1) daily smoking: smoking at least 1 cigarette per day and having smoked for 3 months or more continuously/ accumulatively, (2) weekly smoking: smoking at least 1 cigarette per week and having smoked for 3 months or more continuously/accumulatively, (3) lifetime smoking: having ever smoked at least 1 cigarette, (4) nonsmoking: having not yet smoked until now, even 1 cigarette.
Another of their harebrained notions is that local grid networks would be more energy efficient - unfortunately as each network would have to produce its own amount of spare capacity, accumulatively it would require the UK to convert more energy, and finally large grid networks (which are known as an infinite grid) were created by a generation who realised that they were more stable, could produce a uniform frequency count every 24 hours and could maintain a unity power factor, in other words people who were a lot wiser than today's Tory advisers.
Matthew was written to be read and interpreted accumulatively and in sequential order.