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Pivot

Price level established as being significant by market's failure to penetrate or as being significant when a sudden increase in volume accompanies the move through the price level.

Pivot

A price that a security fails to either break above or fall below, or a price that a security reaches when its trading volume increases. If a security breaks above (or falls below) a pivot, it is expected to continue to rise (or fall). See also: Support level, Resistance level.
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Incorporation of GPS equipment has improved monitoring of the location of center pivots in the field.
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The forward and reverse Rip Pivots act as a one--two punch combination to create offensive space.
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The whole thing -- seat and bench -- pivots as a unit, hence the name BR Pivot.
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Upon reaching the post-up area, he comes to a jump stop, pivots and passes the ball to the Toss-Back (4).