blind pool (plural blind pools)
- (finance) Collective investment (such as a company or syndicate) where the investors have little or no idea what is being done.
- 1985, Richard L. Stern and Lisa Gubernic, "The Smarter They Are, The Harder They Fall", Forbes, 05.20.85, 
- A Manhattan-based lawyer who is an expert in "blind pool" stock issues--those with a prospectus that says we don't know what we'll do with your money--notes that one of the better tactics is pinpointing specific groups for the sales pitch.
May be used as a pejorative for a company providing poor information to shareholders.