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Reversal

Turn, unwind. For convertible reversal, selling a convertible and buying the underlying common, usually effected by an arbitrageur. For market reversal, change in direction in the stock or commodity futures markets, as charted by technical analysts in trading ranges. For options reversal, closing the positions of each aspect of an options spread or combination strategy.

Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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Effects of jump training on bone are preserved after detraining, regardless of estrogen secretion state in rats.
Subsequently, after a period of detraining (coinciding with the Christmas holidays) and the application of the stretching maintenance program, the participants were evaluated again in order to observe the levels of retention (post-maintenance).
Training and detraining effects on satellite cell response after exhaustive exercise in thoroughbred horses," Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, vol.
The study purpose was to assess respiratory Outcomes expressed in PEmax, FVC, and FEV1 following EMST training and a detraining period.
However, training intensities should be carefully monitored and individually designed to prevent overtraining or detraining.
72) also compared low- (30% 1RM) and high-load (75% 1RM) resistance training, using the same participants with a 12 month detraining period between each 6-week intervention.
Physiological left ventricular hypertrophy or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in an elite adolescent athlete: role of detraining in resolving the clinical dilemma.
Amtrak offers boarding and detraining assistance on its high platforms, low-level platforms, and bi-level trains to passengers using wheeled mobility devices.
Effects of resistance training and detraining on muscle strength and blood lipid profiles in postmenopausal women.
17) Clarkson and Skrinar additionally recommend that to avoid a detraining effect (reversibility is a reduction in performance due to discontinuous overload), a workout frequency of one to two times per week for maintenance and three or more times per week for improvement is desirable.