Cash money. "ends" is short for dividends.
"I want bills, green, dividends. That's what I'm talkin' 'bout."
From the song "Git Up, Git Out" Written and performed by Outkast.
(FINANCE) a quarterly payment that companies make to owners of their stock. In theory, the source of the company's stock's intrinsic value.
A company's dividends are usually chosen to be as regular as possible; they can be considerably lower than the company's quarterly earnings, provided the company is growing in value. They are important, because they are the direct motivation to buy the stock.
A drink or cocktail. Stems from the concept of sharing the profits from a good harvest among the farmers involved, as in a glass of wine from a barrel or a shot of whiskey from a cask. Commonly used to refer to a drink poured from a larger stash (i.e. a bottle of whiskey or a batch of martinis).
Bob: "Yes, yes, Carolyn, I think equities are a terrible place to have your money these days. I could use another dividend. Bowmore, that will do!"
Carolyn: "I'm not going to have one myself but would be happy to get you one."