The Funniest Stock Tickers On The Market
Stock tickers aren't always clever, but there are a handful so perfectly suited to the company's business...it's hilarious.
Some are very simple.
(NYSE: GRR): The Asia Tigers Fund, managed by Aberdeen Asset Management Asia Limited.
(NYSE: COW): The iPath Bloomberg Livestock Total Return Sub-Index.
(NYSE: BOOM): Dynamic Materials Corp, which owns explosive metalworking and metallic processes.
(NYSE: YUM): Yum! Brands, which owns a brand portfolio of Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and WingStreet.
(NYSE: EAT): Brinker International, an owner and operator of Chili's Grill & Bar and Maggiano's Little Italy brands.
(NASDAQ: WOOF): VCA Inc, an animal healthcare company.
(NYSE: MOO): The Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF, advised by Van Eck Associates.
(OTC: HEMP): Hemp Inc, an industrial hemp manufacturer.
(NASDAQ: ZEUS): Olympic Steel.
(NYSE: BEN): Franklin Resources.
(NYSE: ZZ): Sealy Corp, a bedding products company acquired by Tempur-Pedic in 2012.
Others are funny.
(NASDAQ: COOL): Majesco Entertainment, a video game product company.
(NYSE: FUN): Cedar Fair, an amusement park operator.
(NYSE: DOG): The ProShares Short Dow30 ETF.
(NYSE: FISH): Azure Midstream Partners, formerly Marlin Midstream Partners.
And one UK-based fund made... an unfortunate choice.
(LON:SCAM): The Scottish American Investment Co, managed by Baillie Gifford & Co and OLIM Property Limited.
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