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Unload

To sell securities, especially all the shares one owns. Unloading has a connotation of selling at a loss, especially in a bear market or following a bad investment decision. See also: Bull trap.

unload

To sell an investment, generally at a loss.
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As for the species, large pelagic fish had the first position in terms of the quantity of unloaded fish last April, which reached 37,919 tons, compared to 22,668 tons unloaded during the same month of 2015 marking a 67.3 per cent increase.
The strongest element of Dukkha Unloaded is in the emotional relationships between Reeves and his friends, colleagues and, most importantly, his sense of self.
In most cases, ships set to sea in the order they are to be unloaded when they reach their destination.
The end, sidebank and rear valley cores are unloaded from the third core machine and are placed onto individual regrip stands.
According to law, ships must be unloaded within 20 days after arrival.
The 5,217-ton Pacific Pintail brought the eight batches to the plant in Takahama on the Sea of Japan coast, and the 4,863-ton Pacific Teal unloaded its 32 batches in Fukushima Prefecture, about 250 kilometers northeast of Tokyo.
The future of the 8,000 fuel rods that would now be unloaded from the reactor was of even greater importance.
And all too frequently, the trail leads back to the point where material was unloaded from the railcar into the customer's plant.
The Light Rail Transit System Line 1 (LRT-1) unloaded passengers at the Central Station in Manila Monday night due to 'low pressure.'
'The initial shipment of the 250,000 metric tons (MT) government to government rice arrived on June 2 at the Surigao and Subic ports, but the rice was not immediately unloaded due to bad weather,' the NFA said.
Iran loaded and unloaded 1.045 million tons of metal products at its ports over the last month of last Iranian fiscal year (Feb.
Antony became the latest victim of the gawking fee when members of the Centre of Indian Trade Unions thrashed him after he refused to pay them as he had unloaded the sacks of cement meant for the construction of his house himself.