Downswing


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Downswing

(1) A downward turn in a security's price after a period of flat or rising prices (market top). (2) The period during which a security's price trends downwards.
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The data represent the maximum values that occurred during the downswing.
The lower body initiates the downswing movement and the body as a whole is then able to unwind in one motion.
The number of employment insurance claimants in North Bay and area has been on a nine-year downswing.
This prevents your right shoulder from jutting out, allowing your club to slot into the proper downswing path.
To change this shallow downswing, "Kuch" focused on a different shoulder angle throughout his swing, thus creating a steeper, more downward strike on the ball.
CONTINUING on our theme for the downswing from last week, we began at impact and worked back to sequence the downswing.
The hurdle is compounded by the proximity of the 50% Fibonacci retracement of the 12/18/08-03/04/09 downswing at 1.
When making the stroke, be aware of a little flexing in the wrists as you start the downswing.
Our Extreme Makeover project was going to plan until we addressed the subject of the downswing.
Pros: Neighborhood club Spaceland will make some money as a central location, but now that Silver Lake has officially if artificially been tapped by a TV show as ``hip,'' it'll go on the downswing and maybe rental prices will go down.
You should not sway but, if you do and then you don't swing back exactly the same amount on the downswing, you will hit the ground or top the ball very easily.
The main reason some enterprises handled the economic downswing better than others was that they planned and prepared for it.