stock for which dividends are guaranteed by a company other than the one issuing the stock.
Warranty Vs. Guarantee
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Um. . . something called a “Hindenburg Omen” has the stock market concerned. What does it means?
It sounds like a sequel to “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” but a “Hindenburg Omen” isn’t any fun. If you want to call attention to potential bad news, it’s hard to go wrong with the name “Hindenburg.” Paul von Hindenburg was a celebrated World War I general and a less celebrated President of Germany. The more infamous Hindenburg, however, is the dirigible named for the general and its corresponding disaster. …
Origin of guaranteed stock
First recorded in 1890–95
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