blue sky

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الإنجليزية - التركية
mavi gökyüzü

Beni etkileyen şey mavi gökyüzüdür. - What impressed me was the blue sky.

Kule mavi gökyüzüne doğru yükseldi. - The tower rose up against the blue sky.

blue sky law
menkul kıymetler
sky blue
gök mavisi
azure sky; blue as the azure sky
gökyüzü, masmavi gökyüzü mavi gibi
sky blue
gök mavisi. praise s.o. to the skies birini göklere çıkarmak, birini aşırı derecede övmek
sky blue
(Tekstil) açık mavi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{i} clear sky during the day
The potential for the movie to make a greater profit than that which is guaranteed by distribution and pre-sale agreements
Laws designed to protect the public from securities frauds Each state has its own securities distribution restrictions and guidelines which must be met by each issue offered therein Blue sky rules relate to state approval or disapproval of distribution within each state
Popular name given to state statutes regulating the sale of corporate securities, particularly through investment companies, imposed to prevent the sale of securities for fraudulent purposes Typically they regulate the sale of securities by persons considered to be in control of an issuer and purchasers who purchase unregistered securities directly or indirectly from an issuer or control person of an issuer Also, typically construed as laws that refer to restrictions placed on IPOs by various states
A slang term for laws that various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds
These are state securities laws designed to protect individual investors The phrase purportedly originated from a state judge who said that the securities of a particular company had all the value of a patch of blue sky Both companies and mutual funds are affected by state blue sky laws However, the SEC and Congress are in the process of superseding these rules, because the rules in some states are obsolete, arbitrary and poorly enforced
A slang term for laws various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds The term "blue skyed" indicates that a new issue has been cleared by a securities commission and may be sold to the public
Any intangible portion of a price above the maximum goodwill that can be reasonably supported through the application of established valuation methodology
claims referring to future business profits that are greatly exaggerated or even nonexistent
It is a slang term used often within the financial industry that confirms a new issue has been given the legal "stamp of approval" by the Securities commission and can now be distributed
To conceptualize freely
A synonym for goodwill Often considered the value of the business beyond that of the hard assets, alone
Refers to securities registration or broker licensing, or the securities regulatory authorities of individual states For example, if a stock broker in the state of New York has complied with licensing or registration requirements for Florida, Texas and Illinois, then he or she is said the be "blue skied" in those states and may solicit sales from account holders residing therein Blue sky often is referred to in private placements, IPOs and secondary underwritings to designate the states in which securities may be sold The term also is frequently used with many securities quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board or the Pink Sheets
the sky as viewed during daylight; "he shot an arrow into the blue"
A slang term for laws various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds The term blue skyed indicates that a new issue has been cleared by a securities commission and may be sold to the public
the sky as viewed during daylight; "he shot an arrow into the blue
blue sky law
: In the United States, a law that regulates the offering and sale of securities to protect the public from fraud, requiring the registration of all securities offerings and sales, as well as of stock brokers and brokerage firms
blue sky laws
plural form of blue sky law
blue sky law
A law passed by many states that requires sellers of new issues to register their IPO's and provide financial details on their company
blue sky law
State regulations governing an offering to sell securities within the state
blue sky law
{i} law that regulates the sale of securities (as stock)
blue sky law
A term used to describe state laws and regulations governing the issuance and sale of securities to residents of a state and the licensing and regulation of securities brokers and dealers
blue sky law
a state law regulating the sale of securities in an attempt to control the sale of securities in fraudulent enterprises
blue sky law
A law passed by many states that requires sellers of new issues to register their IPOs and provide financial details on their company
Sky Blue
someone connected with Coventry City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
blue-sky thinking
open-minded thinking (i.e., as wide and clear as the blue sky)
blue-sky thinking
thinking that is not grounded or in touch in the realities of the present
sky blue
Of a pale blue colour, like that of the sky on a fine day
sky blue
A pale blue colour, like that of the sky on a fine day

sky blue colour:.

sky-blue
Alternative form of sky blue
sky-blue pink
An imaginary colour
blue-sky
{s} unrealistic; impractical; theoretical; cheap, not worth very much
blue-sky
blue-sky tests etc are done to test ideas and not for any practical purpose
blue-sky law
A law designed to protect the public from buying fraudulent securities
sky blue
A light to pale blue, from a light greenish to light purplish blue
sky blue
{i} azure sky; blue as the azure sky
sky-blue
Something that is sky-blue is a very pale blue in colour. Her silk shirtdress was sky-blue, the colour of her eyes. bright blue, like the colour of the sky when there are no clouds blue
blue sky

    الواصلة

    Blue sky

    التركية النطق

    blu skay

    النطق

    /ˈblo͞o ˈskī/ /ˈbluː ˈskaɪ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'blü ] (adjective.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French blou, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German blAo blue; akin to Latin flavus yellow.

    كلمة اليوم

    jacobin
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