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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Noun Phrase 160. The noun phrase today is a

  • dead cat bounce. Okay. Let's take a look at the note here. A dead cat bounce is

  • usually a temporary or brief recovery after a great fall. It is used with

  • individual stocks. So it could be you know, just a particular stock, where the price

  • fell a lot and then they just had a little jump up again. This is sometimes

  • done because you know sometimes investors want to get back into the

  • stock and they may think what's a good buying opportunity, but sometimes they

  • get into it too soon and they buy up and then suddenly it falls again even more.

  • Even more than before. So they end up losing money that way. So it could be for

  • an individual individual stocks, the stock market as a whole.

  • Sometimes we could say that if you're talking about you know ,all the numbers

  • of the Dow Jones or or the Nasdaq or whatever. If it's going up or down you

  • know, sometimes they say that it could be just a dead cat bounce. Meaning it went

  • up now but it could go down further again in the near future. Okay. Or any

  • investment or the value of any investment in general. If it follows the

  • same sort of pattern. Where it fell a lot then there was a little bit of a jump up

  • and then it starts to fall again a lot. Okay. Okay good, it can even be used in

  • politics in regard to the resurgence approval, approval after a great fall. You know,

  • like of a candidate. With the anticipation that the approval will fall

  • again. Let's continue. The origin of the phrase comes directly from Wall Street

  • the earliest known citation dates back to December 1985. Journalist Horace Bragg

  • and Wang Sulong from the Financial Times were quoted as using this term in

  • response to the Singaporean and Malaysian stock market , when the stock

  • market had a short recovery after a big fall during the recession that. Yeah

  • and I think they said that you know, this is the way they commonly refer to a

  • situation like that. So so that I don't think they coined it. They just were

  • repeating the what was the way it was commonly said at that time. But this was

  • the first time it actually seemed to get into the media or into the newspapers.

  • They said you know, on Wall Street this is how we call it , when you have a

  • situation like this. Let's continue. All right. The phrase alludes to the idea

  • that even a dead cat will bounce off the ground from a great fall. So if he fell

  • by accident or somebody threw him off the ground, when it hits the ground it

  • will bounce a little bit. Not bounce a lot. All the way back up but there will

  • be a slight recovery. The phrase really caught on after that. So after this you

  • know, interview. All right. And let's just look at we have a couple of examples

  • here. Example number one. Somebody might say I would wait before getting back

  • into the market. This may just be a dead cat bounce. Okay.

  • Or number two, if you want to buy back that stock wait for the price to settle

  • that's the way they might say it. Yes. first you don't want to end up being the

  • victim of a dead cat bounce. It sometimes you get back in too soon as it's going

  • back up and then it fall and may fall a lot again. Maybe it'll fall just as much

  • as it fell the first time. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it was a informative.

  • Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.

Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Noun Phrase 160. The noun phrase today is a

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