profit taker

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someone who sells stock shares at a profit

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20% 40% 50% loss loss loss Sell All now 27% < < 2% 2% 50% Now, 50% over 45% 3% < time 2% Structured Sale plan 69% 12% 4% Profit Taker 72% 21% 10% Sell at end 88% 30% 13% Data indicate the probability of a peak-to-trough decline in pretax, pre-cash-flow cumulative returns of 20%, 40%, and 50% over the life of the precast based on monthly observations.
Foreign institutions were largely seen net profit takers this week which saw more than 82% of the traded constituents were in the red.
InterContinental Hotels and Rio Tinto had risen strongly on Wednesday but profit takers moved in yesterday, pushing InterContinental Hotels' share price down 32p to 1340p and Rio Tinto's shares down 70p to 3501p.
Enthusiasm that had driven the Footsie to gains of 50 points and its highest level for more than five years started to wane during the afternoon yesterday as profit takers moved in.
Profit takers swooped on oil giant Royal Dutch Shell today as a new benchmark for UK corporate earnings failed to set pulses racing in London.
However, profit takers pounced on cigarette makers with British American Tobacco heading the Footsie fallers - off 24.5p at 1074.5p.
But insurers fared less well as profit takers moved into the sector following a recent strong run.
AstraZeneca suffered as profit takers cashed in and it slipped 1.3 per to 2462p.
Profit takers took their cues from the Nikkei's rise to 10,221.82 in early deals, coming close to the level seen just before the Sept.
The Gulf individuals were net buyers to the extent of QR0.38mn against net profit takers of QR1.42mn on July 8.
Oil prices above 61 dollars a barrel provided the platform for profit takers to seize control of the FTSE 100 Index, which retreated in early trading.
Profit takers moved in when the FTSE 100 Index looked set to breach the 5100 barrier for the first time in three years, but it failed to take the shine off a positive session overall.
PROFIT takers pounced on blue-chip stocks as a downbeat opening on Wall Street sparked a late sell-off on this side of the Atlantic.
Trading was dominated by a tough session for retailers, after high street favourite Marks & Spencer saw profit takers move to cash in on the stock's recent strength, causing its shares to tumble 7%.
Profit takers cashed in their gains from Shell shares, which were 23p lower at 560p after the world's second largest oil company unveiled record profits for the fifth quarter in a row.