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Whipsaw

1. A change in a security's price quickly followed by another change in the opposite direction. For example, a security could rise $1 then quickly lose $2, or it could fall 50 cents then rise 75 cents. Whipsaws are significant risks for day traders and speculators who may lose large amounts of money in short-term trading.

2. To buy securities at a market top or to sell at a market bottom. That is, one whipsaws when one buys or sells securities at exactly the worst possible time. One whipsaws out of fear or out of misreading market signals. To whipsaw is also called to chatter.
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Also raided were the two branches on West Avenue and Timog Avenue, leading to the arrest of 20 people, mostly chatters aged between 20 and 33 years old.
Chatters is the forensic anthropologist who investigated the remains.
Anthropologist Jim Chatters and sculptor Tom McClelland produced a clay model of what the so-called Kennewick Man likely looked like when he roamed the Columbia River basin more than 90 centuries ago.
That evening, Benton County Coroner Floyd Johnson called James Chatters, a local forensics specialist and the owner of Applied Paleoscience, a resource management firm in nearby Richland.
In January of 2004, MSI created the concept of the S2S Urban eBuzz Reporter, Ericka Boston, who spends most days scouring the Internet for the latest buzz on the urban Internet and interacting with the chatters on Sister 2 Sister's website which is swiftly becoming known as the hub for urban chatter on the web.