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Stag

Speculator who buys and sells stocks to hold for short intervals to make quick profits.

Stag

Informal; an investor who buys a new issue of a security and sells it very quickly in order to make a profit. A stag makes the bet that the price of a new issue will rapidly rise, at least for the first few hours or days. His/her investment philosophy is the exact opposite of a buy and hold strategy.

stag

a person who subscribes for a new SHARE ISSUE by applying for a large number of shares in the hope that the demand for new shares exceeds the number being issued and that this will lead to an increase in the share price when they are first transacted on the STOCK MARKET. Stags are speculators who buy shares to make a quick profit rather than as long-term investors.

stag

a SPECULATOR in fixed-price new SHARE ISSUES who subscribes for large numbers of shares in anticipation of OVERSUBSCRIPTION and a rapid rise in the share price once dealings commence. This enables him to sell his shares for a quick profit.
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I was told that we would need to split the booking into pairs but risked being asked to leave the hotel if the management discovered we were all together on a stag do.
Rita had 18 points for the Lady Stags while Nikka Dalisay and Daurene Santos had 12 and 11 points, respectively.
From vast expanses of open tussock to brush-choked river bottoms and dense stands of towering pines, there was more than enough hunting ground to explore, and I felt fortunate to have property owner Eric Bennett to guide me in my search for stags.
Bizarre tales included a husbandto-be dressed as a cow, a stag party spending 10,000 euros on bottles of booze in a Prague strip club, one stag downing a whole bottle of cherry vodka through a snorkel and another occasion involving a pint of urine.
His argument is that all they need is a place to "crash", alcohol, and the other staple of the stag do which I will let you use your imagination for since this is a family paper.
The North Pole expedition has been launched by Last Night of Freedom, a Morpeth-based entertainment company which employs 25 people arranging stag and hen weekends at locations all across Britain and Europe.
Against Oakmont, Stags senior midfielder Haddidi Oussama and junior striker Alex Hughson both had strong scoring bids saved by Spartan senior goal keeper Kyle Levasseur in the first half.
The typical hunting strategy is spot and-stalk, but grunting sounds that imitate a rutting stag can stop a stag or draw him closer for a clean shot.
Ex Bears prop James Howitt forced his way over from short distance on 23 minutes and the home side were in disarrayas two further tries gave the Stags an 18-4 lead.
In Central Asia the stags are called maral, a big animal with big antlers, but still retaining the antler crown of the red stag.
Heresy, I know, but changing our mascot to the White Stags would complete a recent revolution.
HENS and stags are celebrating their last days of freedom in the UK rather than jet-setting abroad, a study showed today.