Pip-Squeak Pop

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Definition: Pip-Squeak Pop

An informal, slang word that is used to describe a moderate increase in price of a stock. It usually describes a situation where the stock price does not double or triple in value but does increase a sizeable amount in a short period of time.

It is used by traders who trade in penny stocks to define situations where the value increases by 25-50%. This is a significant increase, even though penny stock traders are looking for higher returns when they invest in such stocks.

As a term it is also used by forex traders when they are referring to a small, favourable move by the currency by a few “pips”.


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