Definition of Market letter
1. Noun. A newsletter written by an analyst of the stock market and sold to subscribers.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Market Letter
Literary usage of Market letter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Adventures with Your Money by George Graham Rice (1913)
"The newspaper was mailed to all readers of the market letter. The ablest and most reliable mining correspondents obtainable for money in Tonopah, Goldfield, ..."
2. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1919)
"Fourteen years ago, Thomas Gibson issued his first market letter and achieved success through the correctness of the forecasting relating to the decline in ..."
3. How to Avoid Losses in Your Investing by Finance Publishing Syndicate, New York (1920)
"You will probably find it in his market letter or in the other letters he will ... Mailing List, market letter, House-Organ. This second kind of broker will ..."
4. Profiting from Chaos: Using Chaos Theory for Market Timing, Stock Selection by Tonis Vaga (1994)
"Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist market letter shows up in the number three spot over the past 13 years in the Hulbert Financial Digest on a risk-adjusted ..."
5. History of the Lumber Industry of America by James Elliott Defebaugh (1907)
"AN OLD market letter. Through all the years of changing conditions, so far as Albany's lumber business is concerned, there has been preserved an old market ..."
6. The Stock Market by Solomon Stephen Huebner (1922)
"... immense amount of literature issued by brokerage houses, bond houses, banks, market letter writers, etc. in the form of circular letters and booklets. ..."