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Fingerprint

In technical analysis, a particular security's unique or unusual price movements. For example, a stock may have a tendency to move slightly upward when similar stocks are moving slightly downward. Any number of factors may cause this, but the factors are often unique to the company issuing the security. A fingerprint often has a pattern that technical analysts may detect and track in order to take advantage of fluctuations.

fingerprint

In technical analysis, the individual way that a particular stock trades. Technical analysts believe that an understanding of a security's fingerprint allows the investor to detect unusual variations in volume or changes in price that would signal a buying or selling opportunity.
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Key features include an integrated LCD touch panel that visually guides the operator through the fingerprinting process; fingerprint quality checks; automatic capture of fingerprints; automated calibration; and the ability to capture fingerprints from individuals who are difficult to fingerprint, such as people with overly dry or moist fingers.
With the implementation of new state and federal laws requiring the fingerprinting of teachers, enhanced background check requirements on drivers of hazardous materials (HAZMAT), and various other requirements, Texas expects to process at least 200,000 to 300,000 non-criminal justice fingerprint-based electronic submissions each year.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has placed an order for Cross Match digital fingerprinting systems in order to conduct fingerprint-based background checks on employees and contractors.