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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.
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Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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Planning for fatigue management through thoughtful training strategies as well as careful avoidance of detraining may promote optimal vocal function that is characterized by more rapid recovery and less susceptibility to injury.
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).
Mukai et al., "Training and detraining effects on satellite cell response after exhaustive exercise in thoroughbred horses," Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, vol.
Strength adaptations and hormonal responses to resistance training and detraining in preadolescent males.
Amosov concerning the issues of nutritional and physical training and detraining of an organism.
The risk is that unsuitable training will be prescribed, which could result in detraining and/or overtraining or injury and, then, performance deterioration.
"This is not to mention those teachers that remain in post but whose work suffers as a result of detraining mental health worries."
After 4 wk of detraining, the participant demonstrated only 16 percent reduction in PEmax; however, her PEmax remained 104 percent above baseline.
Beatrice defects to the warrior class Dauntless, a whooping, hollering, aerially detraining bunch with a fashion aesthetic that falls midway between "UFC fighter" and "Hot Topic clerk."
However, the effects of ET and detraining (DT) on cardiovascular autonomic modulation and their reflexes on cardiac and adipose tissue inflammatory profile and on lipolytic pathway remain poorly understood.
Other than the COP data, results from the single-leg stance with eyes open and timed upand-go tests were analysis using the paired t-test to assess training versus pretraining; posttraining versus pretraining, and detraining versus pretraining outcomes.