A term used to describe financial markets being controlled by groups of investors working together. Hedge funds oftentimes employ wolf hunting tactics to drive a company's stock into the ground by selling the stock short. They will also hunt consumer pocketbooks by driving the price of fundamental items such as oil through the roof.
I heard oil was over $200 and some bank stocks were worthless. Must be a wolf market right now.
by Brock Seyler September 18, 2008