weak hands

Definition of "weak hands"
  1. In the context of commodities and futures contracts, it generally indicates a party likely not planning to maintain the ownership of the good or small speculators holding futures positions
How to use "weak hands" in a sentence
  1. They entrusted the commodity to weak hands, doubtful if the ownership would be retained.
  2. The weak hands held a risky position with their small speculations in futures contracts.
  3. The weak hands might sell off their assets, indicating their lack of intention to keep the commodity.

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