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Overstay

In technical analysis, to hold an investment for too long such that it reduces one's gain or causes a loss. For example, a technical investor may see the end of an uptrend in a security's price, but believe the coming downtrend is only temporary. However, the downtrend may continue and the investor may refuse to sell, overstaying the investment until he/she loses.
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The DFA said the migrants being repatriated were overstaying workers who had accepted amnesty arranged by the Philippine government with the government of Kuwait last month.
Earlier, some 135 overstaying Customs-cleared containers from MICT and MSH were relocated increasing the total number of relocated containers to Subic to 405 TEUs in the last 10 days.
Indian news agency PTI said the singer has been asked to reply to the notice explaining his reasons for overstaying and efforts being made by him for renewal of the visa within a week, quoting a police source.
Last Thursday officers raided the Nisa Stores, on Penarth Road, Cardiff, arresting a 24-year-old man from Pakistan for overstaying his visa.
Later in the week, officers visited two further businesses in Runcorn and held two more Sri Lankans, again for overstaying their visas and working illegally.
Sharma came to New Zealand in 1998 and faced deportation for overstaying, but later qualified for residency as a dependent child of the father following an appeal.
Tunisian Minister of Religious Affairs Abu Bakr Alakhozori has renewed the keenness of Tunisian authorities on not allowing Umrah performers to overstay after performing their rituals and on returning to their country on specific dates, stressing that the authorities have taken series of practical measures to eliminate overstaying phenomenon.
Tapui was sentenced to four months for fraud, four months for possessing a false identity stamp, and concurrently one month for overstaying her student visa.
Loloahi Tapui was charged with using a false passport, fraud and overstaying her visa when she answered bail yesterday morning, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
BIOMETRIC visas are a must to stop foreigners overstaying in the UK, Tony Blair said yesterday.
IN 2002, THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE began adding immigration violations--like overstaying a visitor's visa--to the FBI's national crime database, claiming that local police could help deter terrorists.
26) The 2004 GAO study, however, drew two different conclusions: "The extent of overstaying is significant and may be understated by DHS's most recent estimate.