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Top-heavy

At a price level where supply is exceeding demand. See: Resistance level.

Top-Heavy

Informal; describing a security trading at a price at which there are more sellers than buyers. Because there is a lack of demand at the top-heavy price, the security is likely to undergo a price correction. See also: Resistance level.
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The team showed that when the top-heavy bug tilts, the swirls of air ejected from the far side of the body automatically adjust to keep it upright.
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