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RSI

Relative Strength Index

A measure of the performance of a stock relative to its industry or the performance of an industry relative to the market as a whole. A stock (or industry) outperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value above 1; this is seen as a bullish sign for that stock (or industry). On the other hand, a stock (or industry) underperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value under 1; this is seen as a bearish sign.
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Unfortunately, frequent use of a computer can lead to conditions such as repetitive strain injury if the equipment is not used properly.
Repetitive strain injury is a term similar to that of sports injury in that it tells more about how the injury was sustained, rather than what the injury actually is.
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is a general term for disorders that occur from prolonged, repetitious use of the hands.
We've also been telling her that if she doesn't calm down she'll end up with repetitive strain injury - and won't ever be able to text him again
Repetitive strain injury, incurred by repeated patting of his chum on the back, caused the PM's hand to drop off and fuse itself to Wee Shrub's spine.
A former Barclays bank worker who experienced "excruciating" pain after developing repetitive strain injury has won damages of more than pounds 200,000.
This feature will be a user de-selectable option and in addition to the fundamental benefits anticipated by using Torbay's biomechanically designed mouse in reducing or eradicating the conditions referred to as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Repetitive Strain Injury or Cumulative Trauma Disease.
It said you can avoid repetitive strain injury by changing how long you spend tapping keys, keep text sessions to under 10 minutes and use predictive text.
Medics say the Australian incident is just the latest case of so-called Nintendonitis - a repetitive strain injury first diagnosed by Aberdeen doctors last month.
It has been an uphill battle for Britain's 200,000 sufferers of Repetitive Strain Injury.
The site also contains a survey from which it is hoped to establish an extent of pre and post clinically diagnosed Repetitive Strain Injury victims of computers.
A GIRL of eight has become the youngest person in Britain to suffer repetitive strain injury, caused by sending mobile phone texts.
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