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Whacked

Slang; describing an investor who has experienced a quick loss on a trade. For example, an investor who experiences a sudden turnaround in a security's price may be said to have been whacked.
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He noted that even though he used to listen to music from Kwaw Kese, he no more does so because the Swedru-Agona rapper is whack.
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Their success is measured by the number of moles they get others in the organization to whack. The more problems whacked--or prevented--the more productive they are as managers.
With federal expenses so far out of whack with the scale of U.S.
// Dimming the gleam of that whack slipper / is one less thing she'd worry about, / frankly, if she had her way.
Kermit goes into a bank and is served by counter assistant Patricia Whack. He asks for a loan of pounds 20,000.
Sutherland Lyall energetically strides to the crease, bat in hand to whack the cyber universe for six.
recently released its Boomophone XTS Whack Pack, which is the new predecessor of Whacky Music's award-winning Boomwhackers musical tubes.
"I'd always walk into the batter's box, lower my bat, get my feet right, and then whack the ball to a good spot.
"Even if you got tired and wanted to get out, anybody--including your best friend--might whack you," he added.