trimtab

trimtab

(ˈtrɪmˌtæb)
n
(Aeronautics) a small control surface attached to the trailing edge of a main control surface to enable the pilot to trim an aircraft
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Be a trimtab. Still another mentor of mine, Buckminster Fuller (via the still urgent one-man play about Fuller's life written by Doug Jacobs, "The His tory [and Mystery] of the Universe)" has this epitaph on his tombstone: "Call Me Trimtab."
The Idle Mode keeps trimtab movement to a minimum at idle speeds.
A report in Trimtab, the newsletter of the Buckminster Fuller Institute [111 N.
I felt that the trimtab would not carry too big a penalty, if any at all, so it was worth the risk.
He cites, for instance, Harold Willens, a southern California executive and author of The Trimtab Factor, for his support of anti-nuclear policies, and wonders why none of the chief executives he profiled took proactive positions about such vital public issues.
Buyback volume jumped to $223 billion from January to mid-March, just shy of the previous record of $226 billion in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to Winston Chua, spokesman for TrimTabs, an independent research firm focusing on equity market liquidity.
TTAM Launches TrimTabs International Free Cash Flow ETF
More than $1.2 trillion was socked away into bond mutual funds and bond exchange-traded funds between 2009 and 2012, according to TrimTabs.
That is the fourth highest pullback ever, according to TrimTabs data.
Houston, TX, November 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Charles Biderman, Portfolio Manager and CEO of TrimTabs Investment Research (www.trimtabs.com), will discuss the fiscal cliff and what it holds for the markets on Tim Connolly's Winning Strategies on Friday, November 16 at 12:00 p.m.
"There's no good outcome to debt problems, especially when they are this big and involve so many countries," said David Santschi, executive vice president of operations at TrimTabs Investment Research.