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Ramp Up – This is a business and economics term. It combines firm production expectations and new, expected orders, increases in product demand. When this supply and demand dictates and increases, or the market signals some indication, that an up-scaling, increase or rise, trending upward, escalating, would be required to meet those needs, anticipatory steps need to be taken to step it up a notch or two. Operations output increases become the order of the day, especially if the demand if higher or more, bigger orders come in. Breaking through that production possibility frontier and delivery, exceeding expectations becomes the goal. These techniques are very popular to  increase the rate of return, prior to exiting the business or marketplace.

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Average Down - The average down means that the stockholder who is buying additional shares in stock that is already in his/her portfolio, has dropped in price since the he/she purchased of the earlier stock. These stocks are generally owned, a long position, or owed, a short position, by an...

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