Horsemen

(redirected from horseman)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to horseman: Horsemen

Horsemen

A slang term for large cap tech stocks. The term is most commonly used in the plural.
References in periodicals archive ?
The court heard Horseman would give his young victims cash in a bid to keep their silence, which prosecutor Ian Brook said was "classic grooming".
Police officer Richard Greaves told the hearing in Caernarfon he was called to the pub at around 8am on February 5, where he found Mr Horseman hanging from a beam in the bar area.
Gillett and Horseman denied attempting to cause grievous bodily harm with intent, arson being reckless as to whether life was endangered and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
8220;As a longtime supporter of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Practical Horseman is pleased to give our readers a fascinating look at what it's like to compete in this great event, through conversations with top riders, competition photographs, up-to-the minute results and more,” says Editor Sandra Oliynyk.
But there was more to Cavendish than horseman and Cavalier as the conference will uncover.
Even if members want to go back closer to home, I've heard that most motels are full occupancy, up to three families staying in one room, people sleeping on the floor," said Horseman, Grand Chief liaison at the Treaty 8 sub-office in Edmonton.
While Kessler's second novel in the Horseman of the Apocalypse series can be read on its own, readers who are familiar with Hunger (Graphia, 2010) will have a better understanding of the world that Kessler has created examining teen social disorders through the mythology behind the Horseman of the Apocalypse.
During closing arguments of the trial, the prosecutor cited the "four horseman of the apocalypse" from the Bible's Book of Revelation.
A sinister horseman on a steed that still needed some work likewise looked on at the central fire, which did not really tie all the disparate elements together into an organic whole.
Nelson Horseman of the University of Cincinnati and his colleagues stumbled upon serotonin's mammary role while looking for genes activated by the hormone prolactin as it stimulates milk production.
In many states horseman can't purchase workers' compensation anymore.