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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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If it was sometimes challenging for a 21st-century audience to maintain the devotional ecstasy communicated by Victoria or the closing chorus of Anerio's Rispondi Abramo, an exuberant Gratie (Marenzio again) and a lilting, almost swaggering Monteverdi Sanctus provided hot-blooded contrast.
Often lesbian sexcapades and hot-blooded affaires des coeurs are serious business on the Internet: They make Lea DeLaria's old joke about lesbians' bringing U-hauls on the second date seem quaint.
Alexandra, right, who stars as Lieutenant Stephanie Holden in the show nicknamed Babewatch, has become the pin-up of hot-blooded males throughout the world.
Hot-blooded Italian and Spanish holidaymakers lead the way in seeking out amorous adventures when relaxing on a beach far from home, according to research by Hotels.
WHILE some hot-blooded males might woo a loved one with a big bouquet or an expensive box of chocolates, one Romeo at Solihull College has won over the girl of his dreams with little more than a bunch of carrots.
La Traviata'' should be a hot-blooded, and hotheaded, romance that culminates in declarations of ardor, remorse and forgiveness, before death stakes its inevitable claim.
Clay pigeon shooting instructor Phil from Theltenham, Suffolk, said: "It's frustrating for a pair of hot-blooded males.
It's enough to make any hot-blooded girl get a ever hotter under the collar.
We're just the same as any hot-blooded lads in their 20s.
This hot-blooded thoroughbred accelerates from 0 to 60mph in 6.