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Hot

Used in the context of general equities. Active, usually with positive price implications.

Hot

Informal; describing an active security. That is, a hot security is one that is traded frequently.
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For example, instead of cooking hot dogs for three minutes, you may find that five minutes yields more accurate results.
Kobayashi downed 30 hot dogs in six minutes, catching organisers off guard because their score sheets only went up to 30.
Marcuse combines some good-humored abuse in his sales pitch, questioning the loyalties of baseball fans who eat anything but hot dogs.
When Woody's growth spurt starts, it will be in a dogfight with the Nathan's Famous and Wienerschnitzel mainland-based hot dog chains.
Since then, Pink's has doggedly stuck to his secret-recipe chilli and hot dog enveloped in "natural casings".
They sell everything from hot dogs to handbags to handmade scarves from simple pushcarts on street corners and fancy kiosks in malls, airports, train and bus stations throughout the country.
This risk held even among children who, according to their mothers, ate no hot dogs.
Hot Dog on a Stick is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.
This means that while the hot dog might be gone there are other lenses for users to get excited about.
The contest requires participants to consume the entire hot dog and bun and any "reversal of fortune," Major League Eating's term for vomiting, results in an automatic disqualification.
Folks not only tell her how they like their hot dogs, they tell her old-timey stories, how they met and proposed to their girlfriends at George's, how George kept an AM radio on all the time and talked politics with him, a couple that stopped in at George's for a hot dog right after they got married and before the reception.
We know that hot dog lovers are looking for flavorful, convenient products that will add the right kick to their hot dog experience," says Steve Clapp, vice president.