self-correcting

(redirected from self-correct)
Also found in: Dictionary.

Self-Correcting

Describing a situation where a trend is likely to reverse itself and restore the status quo. For example, if a security drops in price by $5, a self-correcting trend would provide some indication that it will soon rise (roughly) $5 to its previous price. See also: Reversion to the Mean.

self-correcting

Of, relating to, or being a security price movement that is excessive and likely to be at least partially retraced.
References in periodicals archive ?
For insignificant failures-say, one or two participants making impermissible deferrals for less than a year-sponsors have essentially unlimited time to self-correct, Watson says.
It is easiest and best when your silence and intentional gaps provide enough room for someone to self-correct, but you can play dumb and still talk, as long as you do not add anything to the conversation that redirects attention back to the offending words.
This kind of spontaneous performance activity will allow for a more accurate assessment of rapport and the disposition to self-correct.
There are a few other limits on the ability to self-correct. A failure to adopt required amendments on time is not an operational violation and may never be self-corrected; instead, this type of problem requires a Voluntary Correction Program (VCP) filing in order to be corrected.
Another great dimension of our republic, of our people, we have an inherent capability to self-correct. Free people have that capability if they have the will and the courage to self-correct.
It's a great way to have them self-assess and self-correct, which is one of the focuses of the Common Core State Standards, and it helps them to learn new words.
It contains, however, a tendency to self-correct, i.e.
It would also help programs in the middle of the spectrum, to self-correct and improve.
"Allah-subhan-otala has created the human body and has provided it with the unique ability to defend and self-correct itself".
It is better for you to wash your hair weekly but it will take a while to self-correct so you will find that when you change your shampooing routine, by day four it may look a little lank; but eventually it will-self correct and your hair will be in better condition and only need a weekly wash.
The sensor can self-correct for the temperature in its environment and maintain high accuracy in changing conditions.
Understanding of the potential that embryos have to self-correct early mosaicism is growing; we now know that almost one half of embryos identified as aneuploid at cleavage stage correct to euploid if they survive to blastocyst stage.