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A Wall Street Craps Definition: Sidelines

November 17th, 2011


1. a space where participants of a competitive sport remain apart from the field of play.
2. a location outside the limits of a playing field or court which is occupied by spectators and/or inactive players.
3. a neutral position where investors choose to observe rather than participate in the current action of the stock market.


“It’s important to distinguish between respect for the market and fear of the market. While it’s essential to respect the market to assure preservation of capital, you can’t win if you’re fearful of losing. Fear will keep you from making correct decisions.”

Howard Seidler ~ Professional trader and money manager

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