Inflection Point


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Inflection Point

In technical analysis, a high or a low on a chart that comes immediately before a market movement in the opposite direction.
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Polarean operates in an area of significant unmet medical need, and a number of key inflection points and milestones are expected to be achieved over the next 12 to 24 months.
[USA], Mar 5 ( ANI ): The Pentagon on Sunday reminded Pakistan that the war on terrorism in the South Asian region reached an "inflection point" and that the country should take the opportunity to tackle and defeat terrorists, as the United States and Pakistan aims to improve their souring ties.
In contrast, in the non-abstract world where the curves of economic policy, politics, and legislation-making intersect, the creation of an inflection point tends to bring with it a discernible amount of overreaction, a palpable amount of overrefinement.
Summary: Oil above $120 a barrel would be an inflection point for global economic growth.
Additionally, the "pattern of reserve releases in recent years will likely see the reserve cycle soon pass the inflection point from redundancy to deficiency," according to the study.
Furthermore; during these transformations, the first and second partial derivatives, the time of inflection point and its value, maximum specific growth rate, maximum value reached and lag time were also given in tables for all models.
NEW YORK -- This year will mark "a true inflection point" for the electronic cigarette market in general and for blu eCigs in particular, predicts Jason Healy, blu eCigs founder and president.
“Whether an inflection point is driven by introduction of new technologies, or a change in the regulatory environment, or simply a change in what customers value, the survival of companies and even whole industries hinges on their ability to innovate successfully," Kahan said.
Rik J Deitsch, chairman and CEO of Nutra Pharma Corporation, said: "We are at an amazing inflection point for the company.
* This Insider report finds that mobile value-added services in Asia-Pacific are at an inflection point, where a combination of technology adoption and demand forces will help enterprise MVAS take off.
The report said, "India's power sector is at an inflection point, given the government's conviction that electricity is a critical enabler for economic growth." Titled 'The Future of Electricity in Fast-Growing Economies Attracting Investment to Provide Affordable, Accessible and Sustainable Power', the report has been prepared by WEF in collaboration with consultancy Bain & Company.
has launched a new business-to-business venture capital fund, utilizing an investment approach described as inflection capital investing, through which Laconia will invest in late seed-stage companies that have reached an inflection point in their business development that strongly suggests continued growth, attractive future funding rounds, and current tangible value, the company said.