54 definitions by stockman09

Noun. An investor, usually in the stock market, who's hanging on to his stock, which has plummeted appreciably.
Mo: "Kevin, did you dump that piece of shit stock yet?"
Kevin: "No, I forgot all about it. I closed my eyes for a second and when i woke up from my nap it was down 2 points."
Mo: "Oh man, you're a fukkin bagholder now. That shit's worthless. Why'd you listen to the pumptards?"
Kevin: "I know, I know. Ugh, I'm losin it...."
by stockman09 March 21, 2010
noun. The feeling of liquid rolling around one's stomach prior to one actually having diarrhea. There is usually more than one diarrhetic wave associated with each bout of diarrhea.
Steve (at the bar with Billy): "Billy, where are you running off to?"

Billy: "The men's room. I feel a diarrhetic wave coming on."

Steve: "Oh shit, sorry to hear that. You think there'll be more than one wave?"

Billy: "I don't know, but let's put it this way - there won't be any squeeze factor involved."
by stockman09 February 14, 2010
noun. Acronym for All Time High. References one's account, usually a brokerage account, in which one's equity has reached its highest level.
Phil: "Mo, I think my account reached an ATH today."
Mo: "What'd you expect, brozay? Stick me me and you'll be trading on the beaches of the Carribean, being fed grapes by the most voluptuous women around."
by stockman09 March 1, 2010
The more familiar way to call someone "bro." Broesy is only to be used in a friendly way, whereas bro can be used to get someone's attention.
Broesy is to bro as Jonesy is to Jones.
"yo broesy, great fuckin party last night!"
"I thought we were tight, broesy, what up with that shit?"
by stockman09 June 5, 2007
noun. 1/16 of a point, when referred to the price of a stock. Before decimals were used in the stock market, stocks traded in sixteenths and eighths. 1/16 was referred to as a teenie.
Steve: "Yo brozay, how's MCZ doing?"
Phil: "Not badly. It's up a teenie."
by stockman09 July 22, 2011
adj. Someone who, with the SLIGHTEST provocation, defriends someone on facebook, myspace, etc.
Josh: "Soc, why did you defriend me on Facebook?"
Soc: "I didn't like that you had a dream about my sister. Plus, I heard you didn't like my tie."
Josh: "Wow, you're more fucked up than i thought. You're really defriend-happy if those were your reasons."
by stockman09 January 22, 2011
Adj. Able to be scooped, grabbed or snatched.
Evan: "What do you think about buying XYZ stock here?"
Steve: "I think it's been hit by some tax-loss selling which makes it pretty scoopable. I like it."
by stockman09 December 16, 2010