Pivot


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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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Orthopaedic surgeons can clinically reproduce this symptom when performing the pivot shift test, first described by Galway and colleagues in 1972, as reported here from a subsequent publication.
The main contribution of SSS is the pivot selection strategy, which selects dynamically a set of pivots well-distributed in the metric space, a property that permits to discard more objects from the result when solving a search.
An interchange among the rows and columns of a supernode of diagonal size [n.sub.s], referred to as Supernode-Bunch-Kaufman pivoting, has no effect on the overall fill-in and this is the mechanism for finding a suitable pivot in our SBK method.
Pivot tables require them to input the journal entries, but the remaining steps can be done quickly and accurately.
If you plan to buy an LCD monitor in the future, go for the pivot capability.
The researchers also point out that, with only one pivot on a binding, if a load is applied at the exact position of the pivot, the pivot can't detect it.
Establishing firm pivot posts discourages the typical woman player from employing exaggerated hand action in an attempt to hit the ball longer.
The BR Pivot rotates a full 360 degrees on its central column with the oily smoothness of ball bearings.
This is a very large range of motion for a balance, which we only accept because our wheel and pivot design solves some other important problems.
When I described him as "the grand old man of English criticism and the authority figure around whom pivots this strange dance of old-school studio artists and new-media practioners," I meant that as recognition of his current importance to a scene over which he has presided for some fifty years.
Well suited by the bottomless conditions, Low Pivot was perhaps fortunate to prevail by a nose, as the main challenger Xua lost her action in the final 20 yards
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