DIAMOND HANDS

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What Does DIAMOND HANDS Mean?

DIAMOND HANDS means "someone who holds stocks adamantly." Within the stock market world, someone with "diamond hands" is ready to hold a position for their end goal despite the potential risks and losses. Their hands are described as being "diamond" because they continue holding until the stock becomes valuable, like a diamond.

The term is in common use on the subreddit (WallStreetBets WSB).
    It is typically accompanied by these emojis:
    emojis depicting diamond hands
"Diamond hands" contrasts with "paper hands." A person with "paper hands" exits a position, or folds early, as soon as the stock price starts to fall.

Summary of Key Points

"Someone who holds stocks adamantly" is the most common definition for DIAMOND HANDS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
DIAMOND HANDS
Definition:someone who holds stocks adamantly until the value rises (usually after a drop)
Type:Word
Guessability:
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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meaning of DIAMOND HANDS
Somebody with "diamond hands" holds their position, usually after a fall in the value of their stock.

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Examples of DIAMOND HANDS in Sentences

Here are examples of DIAMOND HANDS being used in conversations:
  • Toni: How do you feel about losing thousands on the stock market?
  • Jo: I still have the shares. These DIAMOND HANDS are holding firm until the stock goes back up.
  • Adam: We all have DIAMOND HANDS, and we will keep holding.
  • Jo: Let's hope it pays off.

An Academic Look at DIAMOND HANDS

DIAMOND HANDS is typically used as a noun (i.e., a naming word).

Example of DIAMOND HANDS Used in a Text

DIAMOND HANDS

See Also

bagholder (someone whose trading position has severely dropped in value) dd (due diligence) gay bear (someone who expects a stock to decline, a stock shorter) gme (game stop stock) retards (share traders) stonks (stocks) tendies (gains or profits in stocks or shares)