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Pivot

Price level established as being significant by market's failure to penetrate or as being significant when a sudden increase in volume accompanies the move through the price level.

Pivot

A price that a security fails to either break above or fall below, or a price that a security reaches when its trading volume increases. If a security breaks above (or falls below) a pivot, it is expected to continue to rise (or fall). See also: Support level, Resistance level.
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Pivot Point Consulting, a Vaco company begins offering services to healthcare provider organisations as an integrated business on Jan.
If the Close was above the Pivot Point, it will by a bullish day.
A simple turn of the wrist allows you to steer through a wide arc," somewhat like a wheelbarrow turning sharply on one pivot point.
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For this hypothesis to be true, increasing quantities of the diluent should have no effect on performance, up to a certain point, which can be called the break or pivot point (Fig.
r = distance from the pivot point to where the ball hits the bat (see Figure 2).
The presidency is the pivot point of American government and there is much to be learned from the historical record of presidential leadership.
We position ourselves on the pivot point between the counterculture and the mainstream," Shalwitz says.
In addition, the platform's mass is supported by a cruciform section of steel that acts as a pivot point.
Here, the track is perpendicular to the house, and each door hangs balanced from only one truck, used as a pivot point.
NextGate, a leading provider of Enterprise Master Patient Index and Registry solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with innovative healthcare IT group Pivot Point Consulting, Inc.