Whacked


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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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The first bookmaker to create odds on which character would get whacked on the show, BetWWTS.
Later, it was Kelly Buchberger, Bryan Smolinski and Andreas Lilja getting whacked on the knees.
It's not the right time to have people being whacked on the streets of New York,' said CBS Television President Leslie moonves.
5 billion years ago, an object the size of a small planet whacked into the youthful Earth, hurling into space chunks of the terrestrial mantle as well as pieces of the object itself.
The fight started when Roy ventured into the Kings creased and was whacked repeatedly by Potvin.
Its sector had been whacked particularly hard in recent months, with its customers flailing, according to semiconductor analyst Louis Gerhardy of Morgan Stanley.