Reversal


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Reversal

Turn, unwind. For convertible reversal, selling a convertible and buying the underlying common, usually effected by an arbitrageur. For market reversal, change in direction in the stock or commodity futures markets, as charted by technical analysts in trading ranges. For options reversal, closing the positions of each aspect of an options spread or combination strategy.

Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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2008), the present study investigated the effects of simple discrimination and repeated reversal training in younger children (2-year-old typically developing children).
What's also interesting about this reversal is the amount of public communication involved in the project that Enbridge made information available to the general public.
NASA also provided more concrete details on the impact of the sun's magnetic reversal.
The physicians also have expertise with the more complex microsurgery called epididymovasostomy, which is required during some vasectomy reversal cases when a blockage in the epididymis is discovered.
The last time that Earth's poles flipped in a major reversal was about 780,000 years ago, in what scientists call the Brunhes-Matuyama reversal.
Macroscopic tuboplasty: Reversal of female sterilization.
Findings presented reinforce the tolerability of sugammadex as a reversal agent for both rocuronium- and vecuronium-induced muscle relaxation during anesthesia.
3 illustrates the reversal pass out of the initial tight side trap and the points that should be orchestrated:
A look at the global economy over the past three or four years points to a successful reversal maneuver for many producers of basic materials.
Some scientists say that this weakening may be the beginning of a major geological event: a reversal (flipping) of Earth's magnetic poles, an occurrence that happens roughly every 250,000 years.
The machine spindle runs in one direction at the exact programmed speed and reversal occurs within the tapping head instantaneously upon machine retraction.