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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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The team at Hothead has really made the perfect experience for the summer," said Jamil Moledina, Outreach Director, Business Development for EA Partners.
Ian Wilkinson, CEO of Hothead Games added, "We are proud of our independence, but are very excited to be working with EA Partners on a title as big as DeathSpank.
ANGRY Aberdeen boss Ebbe Skovdahl is privately seething after hothead Paul Bernard's red card wrecked the Dons chance of a major upset against Rangers at Pittodrie yesterday.
South African hothead Robbie Fleck has paid for his misconduct against England, which included punching Ben Cohen in the face, by losing his Springbok contract.
Boss David O'Leary may leave out Alan Smith, whose six goals have taken Leeds into the last eight, to avoid the risk of the hothead picking up a booking which would rule him out of the quarter-final.
The other women fall neatly into the genre's cliches: the impetuous hothead (Nancy McKeon), the efficient, if colorless, representation of ethnicity (Lisa Vidal), the tough, embittered vet who just lost her partner (Tracey Needham), the rookie with a different way of doing things (Lela Rochon Fuqua).
WALTER SMITH'S problems at Everton mounted last night when his pounds 4million French midfielder Olivier Dacourt branded him a SLOPPY HOTHEAD.
TALENTED Perth hothead Momo Sylla is bracing himself for a dose of capital punishment after picking up a one-match ban.
McStay hit the headlines three years ago when Rangers' hothead Duncan Ferguson stuck the head on him.
And the Oscar-winning Silence of the Lambs star refused to take it back after Sam landed the part of hothead Ryan Musgrove in hit Channel 4 soap Brookside.
The Italian hothead is negotiating a new contract and he thought he was close to agreeing terms - but after scoring the opener in a win against Derby he claimed Villa had moved the goalposts.
The hothead frontman's career is littered with controversy, including punch-ups and walking out over unpaid wages.