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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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He also describes traditions for getting betrothed, meeting the relatives, running a proper stag party, performing the ceremony, cavorting at the reception, and conducting the honeymoon that could induce cold feet even in the most hot-blooded. For example, be sure the chamber pot out of which you must drink leftover beer and wedding cake is new.
In the novel her publicists are hailing as "the Indian Lolita," Abha Dawesar, through the eyes of a spunky 16-year-old suburbanite named Anamika, describes Delhi as "a city with no romance but a lot of passion." Keeping up appearances in a culture famous for demanding strict social conformity, Anamika leads a hot-blooded investigation into her sexuality, crossing lines of gender, age, and even class (she falls in love with her low-caste servant).
While David Beckham has largely learned to control his own hot-blooded temperament,despite his two red cards this season for Real Madrid,Rooney remains England's most combustible individual.
While David Beckham has largely learned to control his own hot-blooded temperament, despite his two red cards this season for Real Madrid, Rooney remains England's most combustible individual.
Doherty writes of Lucy, "In a decade misremembered as all whitebread homogeneity, male dominance, and stately decorum, the first breakout television show was brazenly multicultural, emphatically female-driven, and loopily anarchic: Lucy Ricardo (nee MacGillicuddy) and Ricky Ricardo, zany redhead and hot-blooded Latin, cornfed girl and exotic spice, wild woman and straight man."
They are not vainly checking on their tans but seeing if they are a shade of 'cool blue' or 'hot-blooded red'.
Leicester City manager Micky Adams has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association in the wake of last week's hot-blooded Premiership match with Birmingham City.
Berman's book is by turns penetrating, insightful, honest, sloppy, erudite, superficial, hot-blooded, serious, and florid.
But one of the most vocal proponents of forestry reform in Maine is not a hot-blooded youth, but septuagenarian Mel Ames, who goes through the forest with a flannel shirt, boots and a chainsaw.
Story throws viewers into the middle of the chaotic life of Zimba (Pino Zimba), a hot-blooded fruit and vegetable vendor who makes ends meet smuggling cigarettes from Albania.
In Series 2, eldest brother Tom resolves to build a family empire at any price; Padraig proposes marriage to his sweetheart; and hot-blooded Seamus realizes that Tom's ambition is the key to success.
After all, we are supposed to be descended from Iberian Celts and more hot-blooded climes.