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Whipsaw

1. A change in a security's price quickly followed by another change in the opposite direction. For example, a security could rise $1 then quickly lose $2, or it could fall 50 cents then rise 75 cents. Whipsaws are significant risks for day traders and speculators who may lose large amounts of money in short-term trading.

2. To buy securities at a market top or to sell at a market bottom. That is, one whipsaws when one buys or sells securities at exactly the worst possible time. One whipsaws out of fear or out of misreading market signals. To whipsaw is also called to chatter.
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The traits characterizing boys include hot-headed, courageous, strong, quick, mischievous, joyful, chatterer, good, forgiver, serious, sad, quiet, and dreamer.
And even the most hardened of texters and chatterers became engrossed in the spectacle on stage.
The chatterers off the pitch have yet to be silenced by his or England's explanations of his reason for leaving the India tour.
FORMER waitress Rachel Zadok's first novel Gem Squash Tokoloshe has been nominated for the Whitbread Prize after winning Channel 4's sofa chatterers Richard and Judy's "How to get published competition".
Similarly, if you'll forgive the hideously crass comparison, the Indianapolis stewards who sabotaged Juan-Pablo Montoya's world championship challenge on Sunday weren't, as so many Internet chatterers are convinced, parties to a dastardly plot to secure Michael Schumacher's record sixth title.
Westminster chatterers assume that Blair's heart is with the first crowd, while Brown is the great hope of the second.
Michael Foot was one such man" Harriet Harman "The show is not about singing, it's a freak show now" Axed X Factor singer Treyc Cohen's father Fitzgerald Cohen after his daughter was booted off the show when judge Cheryl Cole refused to vote "Britain is the poor man of Europe, Italy laughs at us - they call us the nation of chatterers and shoppers, and that's what we are.
There's a good mix of clientele here, and the internet chatterers even reported that Robbie Fowler was sampling what the bar had to offer during his trip back to Merseyside from Australia.
That's not a slap at the rest of the Republican field, but at the political chatterers who just can't or won't believe the Texas governor when he says he doesn't want to run for president.
Italy laughs at us -they call us the nation of chatterers and shoppers and that's what we are.
At which time he and his family would be fair game for the chatterers and scribblers.
Mainly, though, this letter was cordial, modest, and a bit paternal: "Anyway old dear don't take me from the chatterers.