speculation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} spekülasyon

Bu sadece spekülasyon. - This is just speculation.

O tam bir spekülasyondur. - That's pure speculation.

{i} tahmin

Ben başıboş tahminle meşgul olmam. - I don't engage in idle speculation.

vurgunculuk
dayanaksız görüş
kuram
borsa oyunu
vurgun
üzerinde düşünme
i., fels., tic. spekülasyon
oyuncuların birbirinden koz satın aldıklan bir tür iskambil oyunu
{i} teori
{i} kuramsal düşünme
zihnen tartıp tahlil etme
fikren mütalaa
{i} borsada oynama
(Ticaret) duyum
currency speculation
(Ticaret) döviz spekülasyonu
risky speculation
(Ticaret) riskli spekülasyon
İngilizce - İngilizce
The process of thinking or meditating on a subject
A judgment or conclusion reached by speculating
An investment involving higher than normal risk in order to obtain a higher than normal return
{n} a mental view, examination, spy, the act or practice of buying things, and relying for profit on an increase of price, opposed to regular trade in which the profit is the difference between the wholesail and retail prices
An activity, quite contrary to its literal meaning (L Speculare, to watch and examine closely), in which a person assumes high risks, often without regard for the safety of his invested principal, to achieve large capital gains The time span in which the gain is sought to be made is usually very short The shorter the term, the more speculative the investment is
in expectation of selling at a higher price, or of selling with the expectation of repurchasing at a lower price; a trading on anticipated fluctuations in price, as distinguished from trading in which the profit expected is the difference between the retail and wholesale prices, or the difference of price in different markets
Assumption of above-average investment risk in exchange for the opportunity to secure an above-average return
The act of speculating
A game at cards in which the players buy from one another trumps or whole hands, upon a chance of getting the highest trump dealt, which entitles the holder to the pool of stakes
Trading for the explicit purpose of making profits
Purchasing high-risk investments which may provide above average gains, but also carry a higher than average possibility for loss of principal
Power of sight
The employment of funds by a speculator Safety of principal is a secondary factor
Originally: to conduct risky transactions, to count on something; in other words, buying and selling on the basis of (anticipated) price variations, particularly on the securities, commodities and property markets, as in stock exchange dealings A speculator buys securities because he hopes that the market price will rise rapidly and that he will be able to resell them at a profit (bull market speculator), or he sells securities on the assumption that market prices will continue to fall, enabling him to buy them back cheaply (bear market speculator)
In insurance, the activity of purchasing insurance with the expectation of making a profit on the proceeds
The practice of buying and selling land or other property in order to profit by the rise or fall in their market value; implies a riskier venture than investment
the act of betting on changes in exchange rates in hopes of profiting A speculative "attack" occurs when a large number of investors anticipate a reduction in currency values and sell off large quantities of their holdings (thereby often creating the price crash they predicted) Speculators often work for major banks and investment firms
The practice of taking excessive risk in attempt to achieve abnormal profits
Preparing or offering a manuscript or illustration for an editor without assurance that it will be purchased
The purchase of a risky investment in anticipation of greater returns than that on a risk-free asset
A conclusion to which the mind comes by speculating; mere theory; view; notion; conjecture
Mental view of anything in its various aspects and relations; contemplation; intellectual examination
Any business venture in involving unusual risks, with a chance for large profits
describes buying into an arrangement, whether personalised plates or art, for which there is little intrinsic value and the only way to make money is by selling at a higher price This differs from an investment, which earns income such as interest, rent and dividends; even if the value of the initial investment falls, the investor can still earn income
Examination by the eye; view
The act or practice of buying land, goods, shares, etc
a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence
individuals who engage in speculation deliberately invest in risky assets, hoping to obtain profits from future changes in the prices of these assets
continuous and profound contemplation or musing on a subject or series of subjects of a deep or abstruse nature; "the habit of meditation is the basis for all real knowledge"
an investment that is very risky but could yield great profits; "he knew the stock was a speculation when he bought it"
engaging in a trade or other project which offers the chance of profit but at the cost of increased risk exposure, see "Hedging"
Act of investing in risky securities such as options, futures, penny stocks, etc , or a term referring to trades on short-term price swings in securities
dealing in a commodity or financial asset in the hope of making a profit on changes in market values
Purchase of an asset with the expectation of selling it quickly for a large gain
An attempt to make a profit by trading on expectations about future prices
an investment that is very risky but could yield great profits; "he knew the stock was a speculation when he bought it
An attempt to profit from futures price changes through the purchase or sale of futures contracts In the process, the speculator assumes the risk that the hedger is transferring, and provides liquidity in the market
a hypothesis that has been formed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence); "speculations about the outcome of the election"; "he dismissed it as mere conjecture"
The act or process of reasoning a priori from premises given or assumed
Buying or selling currency in expectation of an exchange rate movement, so as to make a profit, either in the same market or between two different markets, e g forex cash markets and derivatives markets
{i} contemplation, deliberation; conjecture, hypothesis; act of engaging in risky business transactions; buying and selling of commodities in order to profit from market fluctuations
idle speculation
Speculation that is unlikely to be true
speculations
plural of speculation
speculation