toppy


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toppy

(ˈtɒpɪ)
adj
(of audio reproduction) having too many high-frequency sounds
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and Methanex where commodity price exposure has resulted in periods of toppy leverage.
I did that because I felt uncertain about the economy, I felt uncertain about the election, and I felt that the market was toppy from the assets we were selling, which were older assets--the value-add stuff," Campo says.
He is the founder of Toppy Toddler, USA, a company that he started as a single father of two young children, earning a low wage at his job and studying as a full-time student.
The survey notes that "risk assets look toppy as buy signals fade.
It's when you get sidetracked and start thinking of other things that things start to get a bit toppy.
We will start with a pretty toppy allocation to equities and I foresee us keeping that for some time.
Gold has gone through a couple of important levels at $1,270 and $1,300 and if it manages to close around $1,310 we might look for some further gains to be made, although it could drop back, as it is looking a bit toppy on the RSI," Mitsubishi analyst Jonathan Butler said.
A patrol vessel has been towing the crippled ship Toppy, which left Kagoshima city carrying some 190 people, following the communication around 9 a.
That makes the retail price a little toppy, but after spending some time in the game's incredibly atmospheric gothic fantasy island, collecting crystal shards that could restore light to the land, you'll realise that this is an arty gaming experience that shouldn't be missed.
It features the animated adventures of Clobber Hammer, Toppy Nail and Dusty Saw.
They're trying to regulate the market and slow it down and I'm not sure it's going to be a bubble but certainly it's very toppy so for that reason I'd take my foot off the gas and wait, for sure," Murphy said.