Burnout

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Burnout

Depletion of a tax shelter's benefits. In the context of mortgage backed securities it refers to the percentage of the pool that has prepaid their mortgage.

Burnout

In a mortgage-backed security, the percentage of mortgages underlying the security that were not re-financed following a drop in interest rates. Historically, a mortgage that is not re-financed is less likely to re-finance at the next drop in interest rates. As a result, potential investors in mortgage-backed securities often look for a high burnout rate because it reduces prepayment risk, or the risk that investors will be deprived of future interest payments because too many mortgages are prepaid.
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1998) Autonomic imbalance hypothesis and overtraining syndrome.
Evidence indicates that overtraining syndrome is a function of training volume (Lehmann, Baumgartl, & Wieseneck, 1992; Lehmann, Foster, & Keul, 1993).
Exercise addiction is not just another term for overtraining syndrome.
Without rest, sooner or later that will come by way of injury or overtraining syndrome.
You should also make sure you do not venture into full-blown overtraining syndrome by carrying your training to an extreme.
Maybe even more important, proper recovery allows you to train harder and longer without suffering overtraining syndrome, which can include reductions in immunity, depression, decreased performance, and onset of an overuse injury.