TeachMeFinance.com - explain Slow account
Slow account -- Same as inactive account; an account to
which debits and credits are not frequently added.
A slow account in a bank is one which is not frequently
augmented by deposits and likewise is not frequently diminished
by drafts upon (by checks drawn against) it.
A slow speculative account (as in stocks , grain, cotton or
coffee, etc) is one where the speculator does not buy and sell
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