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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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Available on the iPhone, iPod touch and coming soon to Android, City Chatter is the first app that combines social discovery, real-time group chat, and private chat to ignite one-on-one relationships.
Check into City Chatter at the bar, business convention, or the neighborhood where you're hanging out.
The sculpture looks somewhat like the bust of a Roman dictator, but ``you could lose him in the streets of most major cities,'' Chatters said.
Chatters is one of only a few people to have examined the bones before they were locked away in a dispute between scientists and American Indians.
Back at his lab, Chatters quickly profiled the remains.
Scientists have no way of knowing the color of Kennewick Man's skin - a point that Chatters and others have been careful to make from the start.
As a result, only a small percentage of these chatters risk arranging direct personal phone calls, while the majority are left without a safer option.
demonstrated publicly for the first time today at the Agenda '97 conference, addresses this need with a call conferencing system designed for chatters.
Additionally, since the users have common ground, Chatter Social is not just about entertainment and socializing.