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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.
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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.
Our results show that the gross regional savings rates are not a stationary series and any exogenous shock will not necessarily be self-corrected to reach the level of the previous equilibrium.
We also talked about miscues which were self-corrected because the meaning was lost or changed.
This kind of miscue indicates semantic and syntactic acceptability with little or no change in meaning and high graphic similarity, yet the miscue is self-corrected or overcorrected.
The market has not self-corrected from a 4-year price trough that is terribly hurtful to the long term viability of coffee, and the most powerful coffee business interests in the consuming nations have chosen not to exercise their responsibilities to the producers, which they should have done as self interested business people.
Countless other plans have self-corrected under the portion of the program that does not require an IRS submission.
They used the simulator to engage in self-corrected behavior and evaluate themselves from self-corrected feedback.
It's possible, he says, that by then any temporary porphyrin changes had self-corrected. Or, he says, "looking in the urine may not be the way to go'--it may turn out that blood levels are more sensitive monitors of initial adverse effects.
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