speculate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kafa patlatmak
(Ticaret) borsada oynamak
üzerinde düşünmek
kafa yormak
spekülasyon

Spekülasyon yapmak ister misiniz? - Would you care to speculate?

Spekülasyon yapmayacağım. - I'm not going to speculate.

tahmin etmek
vurgunculuk yapmak
kurgula
kuramsal olarak düşünmek
kuramlar yürütmek
spekülasyon yapmak

Spekülasyon yapmak istemiyorum. - I wouldn't want to speculate.

Spekülasyon yapmak ister misiniz? - Would you care to speculate?

ticaret - spekülasyon yapmak
(about) (hakkında) tahminlerde bulunmak
mütalaa etmek
{f} tahminde bulunmak
{f} (Felsefe) , tic. spekülasyon yapmak
spekülasyon yap

Spekülasyon yapmayacağım. - I'm not going to speculate.

Spekülasyon yapmak ister misiniz? - Would you care to speculate?

tahmin

Orada ne olduğuna gelince sadece tahmin edebiliriz. - As to what happened there, one can only speculate.

(Ticaret) borsa oyunu
speculator
vurguncu
speculator
spekülatör

Bazı spekülatörler yaşlı insanların cehalet ve acizliklerinden yararlanmaktadır. - Some speculators take advantage of the ignorance and helplessness of old people.

conjecture, speculate
varsayım, spekülasyon
speculating
spekülasyon
to speculate
spekülasyon
speculator
i., tic. spekülasyon yapan, spekülatör
speculator
borsa yatırımcısı
speculator
borsacı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
to think, meditate or reflect on a subject; to deliberate or cogitate
to make a risky trade in the hope of making a profit; to venture or gamble
to make an inference based on inconclusive evidence; to surmise or conjecture
to pursue inquiries and form conjectures
{v} to meditate, consider, hazard, to purchase in expectatin of a rise of price
talk over conjecturally, or review in an idle or casual way and with an element of doubt or without sufficient reason to reach a conclusion; "We were speculating whether the President had to resign after the scandal"
to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds; "Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps" talk over conjecturally, or review in an idle or casual way and with an element of doubt or without sufficient reason to reach a conclusion; "We were speculating whether the President had to resign after the scandal" invest at a risk; "I bought this house not because I want to live in it but to sell it later at a good price, so I am speculating
If someone speculates financially, they buy property, stocks, or shares, in the hope of being able to sell them again at a higher price and make a profit. The banks made too many risky loans which now can't be repaid, and they speculated in property whose value has now dropped
{f} consider, reflect, ponder, wonder; theorize, hypothesize; engage in risky business transactions; buy and sell commodities to profit from market fluctuations
To purchase with the expectation of a contingent advance in value, and a consequent sale at a profit; often, in a somewhat depreciative sense, of unsound or hazardous transactions; as, to speculate in coffee, in sugar, or in bank stock
To consider attentively; as, to speculate the nature of a thing
invest at a risk; "I bought this house not because I want to live in it but to sell it later at a good price, so I am speculating
To view subjects from certain premises given or assumed, and infer conclusions respecting them a priori
To consider by turning a subject in the mind, and viewing it in its different aspects and relations; to meditate; to contemplate; to theorize; as, to speculate on questions in religion; to speculate on political events
invest at a risk; "I bought this house not because I want to live in it but to sell it later at a good price, so I am speculating"
If you speculate about something, you make guesses about its nature or identity, or about what might happen. It would be unfair to Debby's family to speculate on the reasons for her suicide The doctors speculate that he died of a cerebral haemorrhage caused by a blow on the head The reader can speculate what will happen next. + speculation speculations specu·la·tion The President has gone out of his way to dismiss speculation over the future of the economy minister
reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds; "Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps"
speculator
One who speculates; as in investing, one who is willing to take volatile risks upon invested principle for the potential of substantial returns
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one who makes an investment that involves a risk of loss, but also a chance of profit
speculator
{n} one who speculates or buys at hazard
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past of speculate
speculates
third-person singular of speculate
speculating
present participle of speculate
speculator
A person (usually a dealer) who undertakes a transaction in property in expectation of asking a profit but with the risk of not doing so
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someone who risks losses for the possibility of considerable gains someone who makes conjectures without knowing the facts
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A speculator is a person who speculates financially. someone who buys goods, property, shares in a company etc, hoping that they will make a large profit when they sell them
speculator
someone who makes conjectures without knowing the facts
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someone who risks losses for the possibility of considerable gains
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One who is willing to assume a relatively large risk in the hope of gain
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Specifically: (a) An observer; a contemplator; hence, a spy; a watcher
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One who tries to profit from buying and selling futures and/or options contracts by anticipating future price movements
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with the expectation of deriving profit from fluctuations in price
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A person who gambles on high-risk investments, hoping to make a large profit quickly
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One who attempts to anticipate price changes and, through buying and selling futures contracts, aims to make profits; does not use the futures market in connection with the production, processing, marketing or handling of a product The speculator has no interest in making or taking delivery
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Trader who accepts price risk by going long or short to bet on the future direction of prices
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One who engages in speculation; one who buys and sells goods, land, etc
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A person who acquires title or legal control of real estate with the belief that due to changing market conditions the property can be sold at a future date for more than what was initially invested Such action is particularly common in viable real estate markets where cities or communities are growing rapidly and the direction of growth is toward a particular part of the city
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{i} one who buys and sells commodities to profit from fluctuations in their market value, one who engages in any risky business venture in the hope of making large gains
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- An individual who invests in commodity futures with the objective of achieving profits by successfully anticipating price movements
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one who trades solely to profit from changes in the market price
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Someone who buys property on the expectation that its value will increase and it will be sold at a profit
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One who forms theories; a theorist
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One who is prepared to accept calculated risks in the marketplace in anticipation of higher returns BACK TO TOP
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In commodity futures, an individual who does not hedge, but who trades with the objective of achieving profits through the successful anticipation of price movements
speculator
One, who attempts to anticipate price changes and, through buying and selling contracts, aims to make profits A speculator does not use the market in connection with the production, processing, marketing or handling of a product See: trader
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A trader who takes an outright long or short position in the market (opposite of "hedger") Some speculators also trade spreads
speculator
An individual who is prepared to accept calculated risks in the marketplace, typically by investing in a short-term to medium-term manner
speculator
One who speculates; as in investing, one who is willing to take volatile risks upon invested principle for the potential of substantial returns. See also, gambler, punter
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An individual who trades rather than hedges in commodity futures with the objective of achieving profits through the successful anticipation of price movements
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A speculator is someone who is willing to take excessive risk in attempt to achieve abnormal profits
speculator
An individual who trades in stocks and/or futures markets with the objective of realizing a profit by successfully anticipating price changes A necessary player in a futures market as the speculator provides liquidity
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a market participant who has absolutely no interest in owning or selling a physical commodity, but makes money taking on risk--buying and selling futures contracts in hopes of making a profit
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A trader who hopes to profit from the specific directional price move of a futures or option contract, or commodity
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A speculator is one who is prepared to accept calculated risks in the marketplace for attractive potential returns A speculator's objective is usually short to medium term capital gain, whereas regular income and safety of principal are the prime goals of the conservative investor
speculator
One who speculates
speculator
One who is prepared to accept calculated risks in the marketplace in anticipation of higher returns Top of Page
speculator
A market participant who tries to profit from buying and selling futures and options contracts by anticipating future price movements Speculators assume market price risk and add liquidity and capital to the futures markets
speculator
In futures, an individual who does not hedge, but who trades with the objective of achieving profits through the successful anticipation of price movements
to speculate
theorize
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