bottom-fishing

bottom-fishing

The strategy of offering ridiculously low prices for large numbers of properties because of the expectation that, statistically, someone is bound to “bite”and accept an offer.

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However, bottom-fishing allowed some recovery before the close.
However, recovery towards the end (132 points recovery from intraday low) - on selective bottom-fishing - allowed KSE-100 to close at 43072.
Treasury Action: yields drifted lower over the course of the session with stocks in retreat, though there is some bottom-fishing on stocks emerging into month-end.
We were bottom-fishing off the deep side of the point, and noticed a big blue roll on the surface not far from the boat.
Wind and waves required a few adjustments, but once Jason got us anchored and the stern of the boat was lined up with the reef behind us, we went to work bottom-fishing and free-lining.
Anglers fishing Lynemouth beach for mackerel have also taken one or two codling, Blyth pier seeing the usual mackerel and anglers, bottom-fishing with bait, have also taken a few codling and coalfish.
There is bottom-fishing on the market as investors seek cheap stocks for which prices may well boom after elections," said Sherif El-Sweify of Delta Rasmallah Securities.
But at least conditions aren't getting worse a so bottom-fishing investors smell opportunities.
Even the Upper West Side's Apthorp, where elegance and luxury were key marketing points a few years ago, is now plugging its slashed prices and "once in a lifetime" opportunities for bottom-fishing homebuyers.
The ODFW's bottom-fishing advisory committee recommended an eight-fish limit.
Comparisons were made between two depth strata in order to determine how depth may modulate the response of epifauna to bottom-fishing disturbance.
Sport and commercial fishing was affected by the restrictions on bottom-fishing because many ocean fish species inhabit the same area.