Aggressive Market

Aggressive Market

A market or exchange with a high trading volume. When a market becomes very aggressive, the prices of stocks can go up significantly, which in turn makes it more expensive for a trader to become involved in the market by buying stocks. As the market becomes more aggressive, some traders are unwilling to involve themselves, which can (but does not always) lead to prices leveling or reverting to the mean.
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Summary: California [USA], April 2 (ANI): Music streaming is the new age entertainment and thanks to the aggressive market, customers are spoilt for choice between various services.
Health Group's metamorphosis into its present identity began in 2004 with an aggressive market survey of 600 CEOs, CIOs and radiology directors of leading healthcare facilities around the world.
Trainer steered Sartomer through many acquisitions, sales and restructurings during the 1980s, driving an extensive growth phase with product line and company acquisitions, new product development and aggressive market expansion.
"We have approved an aggressive market expansion program funded with voluntary donations of those in our industry."
Thanks to an aggressive market positioning strategy, the day of their launch, April 20, 2001, the firm saw twice as many participants than they had originally expected.
For real estate service providers to remain competitive in today's aggressive market, they must ensure that their technology is incorporated into every strategy, providing technological insight into the opportunities or pitfalls presented.
"New people coming into the business should be cautious with this aggressive market," opined Steinberg.

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