Definitions for "Market"
Keywords:  bought, arena, town, barter, demand
A meeting together of people, at a stated time and place, for the purpose of buying and selling (as cattle, provisions, wares, etc.) by private purchase and sale, and not by auction; as, a market is held in the town every week; a farmers' market.
A public place (as an open space in a town) or a large building, where a market is held; a market place or market house; esp., a place where provisions are sold.
An opportunity for selling or buying anything; demand, as shown by price offered or obtainable; as, to find a market for one's wares; there is no market for woolen cloths in that region; India is a market for English goods; there are none for sale on the market; the best price on the market.
The prospective customers for a given product or service.
an aggregate of people who, as individuals or in organisations, have a need for certain products and the ability, willingness and authority to purchase such products (200)
A group of people or organisations that share a need for a particular product, and have the willingness and ability to use/pay for it.
The geographic area or areas in which a research project takes place. A market may be a region of the country, a state, a county, a city or some portion of a city.
The number of people and their spending for your product line within your geographic boundaries.
a carnival for the taste buds, a fitting niche for the chaat lovers of the city
A brokerage term for the trading of stock and the industry associated with the trading of stock.
a dying space
a gallery, magazine, or other venue for writers and artists to showcase their work
Keywords:  stubborn, bunch
a stubborn bunch
a conversation as the authors of The Cluetrain Manifesto said
a conversation No matter how Roman Bill's fantasies might become, he knows his position is hardly more substantial than a conversation
a spontaneous order, as is a conversation
Keywords:  delhi, tourism, undertaking
a Delhi Tourism undertaking
The price for which a thing is sold in a market; market price. Hence: Value; worth.
Comparison Approach - A method of establishing market value by comparing the subject property to properties of similar physical composition, location and value that have sold recently.
Based or index price: Under these plans, you can expect the price for natural gas to change each month. The supplier sets the monthly price per therm based on natural gas market indicators, meaning your gas price will fall and rise with market prices.
a beautiful thing -- it can control itself -- even though it may seem out of control at times
a different thing entirely
a group of people that have something in common - it could be many things
To dream that you are in a market, denotes thrift and much activity in all occupations. To see an empty market, indicates depression and gloom. To see decayed vegetables or meat, denotes losses in business. For a young woman, a market foretells pleasant changes.
participants routinely use Support Levels as a guide to place automated orders such as Stop Loss Orders. See Resistance Level.
When talking about the market in general, the market place.
If the market was well-stocked and clean, the augur is of abundance and prosperity; but if the food was in bad condition or of poor quality, or if the place was empty or unattended, it predicts hard times ahead.
a collection of people and just theoretical knowledge is not enough to take your decisions
a living and breathing entity and you have to stop and take a breath, and it usually does in stages
A sequence of rolls that would make the opponent to take a double that he wouldn't take without that sequence. A market loser is the opposite, it is a sequence of rolls that would convince the opponent not to take a double that he would have take without these rolls.
Keywords:  recycled, truly, outlet, mill, handler
in recycling, an end user willing to purchase and recycle a material. Recyclable materials are not truly recycled until they have been delivered to end-use markets and used for new purposes.
An outlet for recyclable material. Can include a buy-back center, mill, intermediate handler, end user or processor of the material.
In Economics, the existence of a choice of suppliers. RCT postulates that there are religious markets so long as there is not a religious monopoly, and that the more diverse the market is, the better for religious vitality.
The list of all runners, teams or players engaged in an event or race and their respective odds.
The list of all horses engaged in a race and their respective odds.
an example of one that is going away after someone finally got it right (pick your device - treo, blackberry, etc) in converging cell connectivity with mail, calendaring, etc
a natural-system "solution" to the problem of allocating resources to consumers
a system of allocation by bargaining power
a way of resolving the problem of choosing how to allocate scares resources
Keywords:  keen, risky, aren't, spending, concept
a risky bet because companies, while keen on the concept, aren't spending big money on it
Keywords:  amusement, wonderful, source
a wonderful source of amusement
a way for legions of consumers to band together, each paying a little bit, in return for a cornucopia of music
means the labour market. The reference or comparator markets are large employers in the greater Montreal area, the public and University sectors in Quebec, and the Canadian not-for-profit sector.
engage in the commercial promotion, sale, or distribution of; "The company is marketing its new line of beauty products"
make commercial; "Some Amish people have commercialized their way of life"
a commercial enterprise
Keywords:  bisys, strength, enterprise, stage
a BISYS strength
a stage for an enterprise to show its strength
Keywords:  battlefield, faceted, multi
a multi-faceted battlefield
Keywords:  jax, huge, pro, awarded, team
a huge reason JAX was awarded a pro team
Refers to a central area where many manufacturers will have their showrooms; also called a garment district.
The defined area where an outdoor media provider operates. Can also refer to coverage of a market.
An area that is frequented by models for fashion work.
Keywords:  robert, weaker, ago, lot, few
a lot weaker than it was a few years ago," said Robert J
Keywords:  foolish, say, waste, post, percentage
a foolish waste of money right now because, as I say in my post above, the relatively small percentage of U
the portfolio of all assets. This abstract construct is typically replaced with a more concrete benchmark portfolio such as the S&P500 Stock Index
Usually refers to the equity market. "The market went down today" meaning that the value of the stock market dropped that day.
Keywords:  shrinking, environment
a shrinking environment
the securities markets in the aggregate; "the market always frustrates the small investor"
Keywords:  thirty, bond, treasury, global, long
a term used to describe the investment community. Generally, it is specific to a particular asset class, so one will refer to the long-term bond market or the developed global equities market.
Refers to the "Long Bond" or "Thirty Year" treasury bond market. This is the market upon which interest rates are determined.
an attractive and usable platform for users
Keywords:  wax, whole, ball
a whole other ball of wax
an example of a natural, fluid hierarchy where the levels of significance are clear and acknowledged
Keywords:  feedback, control, system
a feedback control system
Keywords:  timber, see
See timber market.
a transaction which in itself calls up no long-term personal relationship, and which is therefore to be exploited to as great a degree as possible
Keywords:  priority, high
a high priority for us
Keywords:  audience, user, type
a type of audience, a type of user
Keywords:  conflicts, deal, common, system
a system to deal with common conflicts
Keywords:  encouraging, beyond, rest, sign, year
an encouraging sign for the rest of this year and beyond
Keywords:  event, simply, whole, complex, taken
Simply the betting available on any event taken as a whole.
a complex event and so is the web of events that make up the Internet
Keywords:  construct, social, human
a human construct
a social construction
Keywords:  lifted, coin, spot, green, putting
A small object, like a coin, that is used to mark the spot of the ball when it is lifted off the putting green.
Local, regional or national area and/or competitive employers in which employees are either gained or lost.
Keywords:  touched, order
marketability market if touched order
Keywords:  exporting, firm, large, small, share
a large one in which the share of the individual exporting firm is relatively small
A group of businesses or individuals that have definable characteristics in common. Often times a market is a big picture view of your customers; for example, manufacturing or construction.
Keywords:  approach, data, value
Market Data Approach To Value
a clear example of such a cooperative network
Keywords:  problems, field, direct, his, off
a direct result of his off the field problems
Keywords:  thin, specific, general, see
(See: general market, specific market, and thin market.)
a device for processing information