speculative in Engels
adj. speculative, intellectual; theoretical; of or pertaining to speculation
adj. speculative, notional
Academics have suggested many ways to prevent the damages of such speculative busts in the future.
Financial assets which have ratings lower than BBB are classed as speculative grade.
Morris had a speculative idea that she had a little property; but he naturally did not press this.
Notice that convertibles tend to be issued by the smaller and more speculative firms.
Rostelecom's announcement of 2006 results under IFRS can provoke speculative movement is these stocks.
That said we recommend that investors limit themselves to speculative operations with AutoVAZ shares.
Taking profit by speculative players may also cause substantial decline on the market.
We view the announced development strategy as positive for the company and expect to see speculative activity in the name.
After all, as has just been said, a universal capital taxation mechanism serves a speculative purpose.
Age is important as well, to avoid speculative transactions spanning this intervention.
1. cogitative: reasoning, pensive, meditative, contemplative, reflective, thoughtful
2. theoretical: academic, hypothetical, conjectural, presumed, supposed, suppositional, tentative