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Round Trip

In futures and equities, to take a position and then later to close it. For example, an investor who buys a futures contract and then sells it and an investor who short sells a contract and then covers it are both round tripping. The practice is also called a round turn.

round turn

In futures trading, a completed trade involving the purchase and subsequent sale of a position, or the sale and subsequent covering purchase.
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Your good round turns sour and how do you face the world, especially those pestilential inquisitionists from the Press?
However, Spencers Lad was much more economical going round turns one and two and emerged into the back straight with an advantage he was never to lose even though Zodiac Zeus gave valiant pursuit.
For as leader Havelock took a tight line round turns one and two, the chasing Zetterstrom tried to dive inside.
No (other) stock quad has such a forceful, long powerband," the transmission ratios "are perfect for the engine's power delivery and the shift action is beautiful," and "the FX400 isn't picky about how you round turns, either.
Despite being squeezed for room round turns three and four, he managed to move into the coveted third position past weakening duo Jogadusc Ace and Shelboune Denny off the last.
Mr Combustible is a horse with improvement up his sleeve and, coupled with his proven stamina and ability to act round turns, he represents terrific value.
The round turns into a grappling contest with Tyson, giving a menacing glare at the end as his right eye clearly begins to close.
He was kept company to the first bend by eye-catching ex-Irish newcomer Judicial Ace, but was much the smoother of the pair round turns one to two and drew clear from that point, ultimately powering home seven and a half lengths to the good of that rival in 27.