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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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"Oh, is it bad?" asked Phebe, nearly dropping a pail of hot water in her dismay, for she knew nothing of sickness, and Dolly's suggestion had a peculiarly dreadful sound to her.
It was a hot California night, and though the windows were thrown wide, the room, with its red-hot ironing-stove, was a furnace.
At the same moment the left hand held up the body of the shirt so that it would not enter the starch, and at the moment the right hand dipped into the starch - starch so hot that, in order to wring it out, their hands had to thrust, and thrust continually, into a bucket of cold water.
Through July they had one fine day after another; it was very hot; and the heat, searing Philip's heart, filled him with languor; he could not work; his mind was eager with a thousand thoughts.
It grew so hot that it was almost impossible to sleep at night.
They had not strolled more than a few hundred yards along the track which ran parallel with the river before Helen professed to find it was unbearably hot. The river breeze had ceased, and a hot steamy atmosphere, thick with scents, came from the forest.
"You'll be hot and disagreeable by tea-time, we shall be cool and sweet," put in Hirst.
Pepper Blend - Lucky Dog Hot Sauce Orange Label, 2nd place.
It regulates load and peak power usage of a hot runner system to reduce energy cost.
Why he's hot: With more than 10 years of experience in commercial banking, investment banking, and research and securities brokerage, Shawn Baldwin has been on a steady rise to be one of Wall Street's masters of the universe.
Hot-rodder Robert Williams, a master of lowbrow art, contributed manic, surreal canvases featuring high-speed races and crashes, such as Hot Rod Race, 1976.
"To me, hot sauce should be more about flavor and complimenting food than melting people's faces off or winning a bet.